Spiritual Direction is also referred to as sacred listening or spiritual companionship.
“Listen to your life.
See it for the fathomless mystery it is.
In the boredom and pain of it,
no less than in the excitement and gladness:
touch, taste, smell your way to the holy and hidden heart of it,
because in the last analysis all moments are key moments, and life itself is grace.” Frederich Buechner
In this time together of listening and reflection, you receive the gift of deep listening and spaciousness to explore and examine the mystery and grace of your life. Together, we honor and support one another as we face the challenges and celebrations of this life chapter.
Each group is limited to 8 participants. If you are interested, please fill out the registration form and we will set up a time to talk further and see if this is what you are looking for.
The cost of this offering is covered by a grant from the Ida Bryan endowment fund. Participants pay only a DCC use fee of $70 for the 7-month series.
MidLife & Beyond: Group Spiritual Direction
Conference Room at Davis Community Church
412 C Street, Davis
- Second Sundays, October through April
Led by Elizabeth Fulmer & Joe Yun
3:30 – 5 pm
- Third Mondays, October through April
Facilitated by Jennifer Terra & Elizabeth Fulmer
Find strength and encouragement in community. We meet monthly to reflect and discern the ways the sacred is moving in our lives. There are times of silence, listening and sharing as we honor and support one another.
This is a 7-month group, limited to 6-8 participants.
Group sessions are $70 for 7 sessions (generously underwritten by the Bryan Endowment)
October 2019 – April 2020
Elizabeth Fulmer received her training through the Mercy Center in conjunction with the Bread of Life Center in 2000. Elizabeth has twenty years of experience offering individual and group direction and as a retreat leader. She has experience facilitating colleague groups and mentoring directors in training.
Jennifer Terra & Joe Yun received their training through the Mercy Center in conjunction with the Bread of Life Center in 2000 and 2002, respectively.