Spiritual Deepening eRetreats: A Quaker Way of Living with Dying eRetreat

When:
November 15, 2021 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
2021-11-15T13:00:00-08:00
2021-11-15T14:30:00-08:00

The A Quaker Way of Living with Dying eRetreat invites you to explore and practice the spirituality of death. Growing old, even when that means facing physical or other changes, can help us focus on what is essential.  This eRetreat was previous offered with the title Aging, Death, and Dying.

Learn More: What to expect during a Spiritual Deepening eRetreat

Community Building Calls

Each week, the facilitators will lead Community Building Calls using Zoom.  During these calls, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on the eRetreat content, worship together, do additional eRetreat exercises, and build connections with each other.

eRetreat Details:

  • Offered October 25 – November 18, 2021
  • Four weeks, $45 pay-as-led** participation fee
  • Weekly readings, queries, resources, and activities are available on FGC’s eRetreat website, Matrix
  • Community Building Calls: Mondays at 4-5:30 pm Eastern / 1-2:30 pm Pacific starting October 25.  The facilitator is also offering optional worship sharing calls on Thursdays at the same time.

**Pay-as-Led is a method of offering sliding scale pricing so that paid events are more accessible for people with a wide range of abilities to pay. Participants choose how much to pay for the registration fee.

eRetreat Schedule & Themes

Weekly Theme Module Begins Community Building Call Worship Sharing Call
Week 1: Aging October 18 October 25 October 28
Week 2: Dying October 25 November 1 November 4
Week 3: Death November 1 November 8 November 11
Week 4: The Spiritual Gifts of the Last Third of Life November 8 November 15 November 18

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The A Quaker Way of Living with Dying eRetreat will be facilitated by Kate Jaramillo


Kate Jaramillo
is a member of Bridge City Friends Meeting in Portland, Oregon.  Kate is a Board-Certified chaplain and served in this ministry for over 20 years in hospitals and hospice/palliative care. Prior to that, Kate was an attorney providing legal services to the elderly.  At present, she is a personal development coach in private practice.

The development of the A Quaker Way of Living with Dying eRetreat was made possible through the generous support of the Friends Foundation for the Aging.