Senior Retreat

SCHEDULE

TUESDAY, MAY 8
3 p.m. • CHECK-IN BEGINS
5:30 • DINNER
6:45 • FIRST SESSION
8:00 - 8:30 • COMPLINE

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9
8 a.m. • BREAKFAST
9 • SECOND SESSION
11 • SMALL GROUPS
12:30 p.m. • LUNCH
1 • FREE TIME
5:30 • DINNER
7 • EVENING ACTIVITY
8:30-9 • EVENING PRAYER

THURSDAY, MAY 10
8 a.m. • BREAKFAST
9 • PACK FOR DEPARTURE
9:30 • THIRD SESSION
10:30 • SMALL GROUPS
11:30 • HOLY COMMUNION, HOMILY
12:30 • LUNCH AND DEPARTURE

Questions? Contact Jenny Byrne

Spring Retreat at Priest Field Pastoral Center

Date: May 8-10 (Tuesday-Thursday)
Speaker: The Rev. Peter Frank
Music: Simon Dixon
Where: 
Priest Field Pastoral Center is located 75 miles from the DC area, on Middleway Pike, (State Route 51), in the village of Middleway, between Inwood (I-81 exit 5) and Charles Town, WV.
Scholarships: Please contact Jenny or Nicholas with questions.

What to Bring: casual clothing, Bible, mosquito repellant, sunblock, notebook, and HAIR DRYERS. Dress is casual, bring a jacket for cool spring mornings and evenings. There is Internet service throughout the lodge. ADA facilities are available. You will receive detailed instructions closer to the retreat date. In addition, your will receive a more detailed schedule at the retreat.

Who is Peter Frank?
Peter is a Baptist camp director’s son who went to a Lutheran college and then became an Anglican priest. Before taking on his current calling as the rector of Church of the Epiphany in Chantilly, Peter served the director of communications for Anglican Church of North America and for the Diocese of Pittsburgh. Peter attended Trinity Seminary in Ambridge, PA, where he earned an M.Div. Before preparing for ordained ministry, he worked as a small-town newspaper editor in northern Minnesota. Peter loves telling the story of God’s grace in Jesus Christ. He also enjoys using his undergraduate degree in Roman and Greek history and language to better understand the world of the New Testament and the lives of early Christians. Peter has been married to Andrea for 15 years and has two wonderful daughters; Cecilia, who is seven, and Clare, who is four. Because Cecilia’s father enjoys Latin, she will happily tell anyone who is interested that her name means “blind."

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