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Morning of Refreshment for Those Who Help Others 2023

Morning of Refreshment for Those Who Help Others 2023. Saturday, February 4

Many people are picking up their activities, their volunteering, and their connections with others.
Every day we offer ourselves in many spheres—family, work, faith community, neighborhood, and explorations in spirituality and learning—juggling all at once!

This is a morning to enjoy with other good folks. We will name and notice the many gifts, skills, and love we are blessed with and willingly give forth every day. It is amazing the interior stamina and power of our hearts and souls.

We ask for wisdom too—about balance and integration, about self-care and self-restraint. We humans always need and belong to a team. We work and give support together, offering our personal pieces to the common good.

To each other we nod and cry: Hats off to you!

Saturday, February 4, 2023 9:30am—11:00am; freewill offering accepted

You can register by clicking the register button on the right or by calling the front desk at 262-898-2590.

Please register by Monday, January 16. By registering early, you assist us in providing quality organization and administration of our retreats and programs. We want to be fully prepared for your arrival with adequate staffing, supplies, room arrangements, and meals. We make every effort to avoid canceling retreats and programs. However, most of these events require a minimum enrollment to move forward. Registering early can help assure that the retreats and programming you look forward to participating in can happen.

See our Frequently Asked Questions page for information on our health and safety protocols.

Bob Beezat is an author and inspirational speaker. He is an organizational management consultant and trainer and an active community volunteer working for justice and peace.

Mary Rath, a retired educator, volunteers throughout the community, including at the Racine Friendship Clubhouse working with adults with mental illness and leading a parish grief group.

Marybeth Zuhlke is active in Peace Learning Circles workshops for children and adults, Greening Greater Racine, Root River Council, Racine Interfaith Coalition, and West Racine Kiwanis Club

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To register for an event session, click the corresponding register now button below and follow instructions on screen.