Anglican Women’s Retreat

Join us for the Anglican Women’s Retreat this October.

Come away, beloved daughters and hear Jesus speak these words, “Take Heart.”

 

Anglican Women's Retreat Postcard

The Anglican Women of the ADOSC will hold their fall women’s retreat October 21-23, 2022 at St. Christopher Camp and Conference Center. The Rev. Dr. Sandi Kerner who serves as the Director of Programs and Chaplain at St. Christopher will be our speaker. We pray that this retreat will be an opportunity for women to find rest and healing for body and soul.

“Take Heart!” is the theme. Jesus prepared his disciples to face into an unprecedented season of trial by speaking these encouraging words, even as his own death loomed very near: “I have said this to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you have tribulation. But take heart, I have overcome the world” (John 16:33, ESV).

About our Speaker

The Rev. Dr. Sandi KernerThe Rev. Dr. Sandi Kerner, Director of Programs and Chaplain at St. Christopher, will lead our retreat this year. Ordained Priest in 2005, Sandi served as Rector for 14 years in parishes in Southern Virginia before joining the St. Christopher staff in 2019 and directing The Prayer Center on campus. For many years she has led retreats, offered spiritual direction, and designed and led healing prayer schools. She is a Chaplain in the Order of St. Luke and served for 5 years as Director of Prayer Ministry at Christian Healing Ministries, Jacksonville, FL.

Registration will open on August 27 and close on October 8.

The Anglican Women’s Retreat will be held October 21-23, 2022 at St. Christopher Camp and Conference Center. Additional information will be made available as soon as it is released. If you have questions, contact the Anglican Women’s President, Sunny Walker.


 

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