The Spent Dandelion offers guests hospitality on several fronts: a four-season studio apartment overlooking our 20 acres of North Shore woods; our large garden and orchard—and the harvests thereof!; a 4,000+ theological library for your perusal and use; private consultations with a trained theologian to explore and deepen your faith and religious curiosity; and proximity to the glorious woods, lakes, trails, restaurants, and artisans dotting the towns along Lake Superior.
MICAH is a multifaceted facility for the practice and study of spiritual formation, leadership, healing, and art. A contemplative Christian center, MICAH provides sacred space to create a life with God.
Lake Koronis Conference & Retreat Center offers a beautiful lakeside setting for group retreats of up to 200 guests in Oct.-April and 300+ guests in May-September.
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Northern Pines Camp offers a unique environment for meetings, conferences, retreats or special events.
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Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth) is a hermitage retreat center in the Franciscan tradition called to serve God through prayer and by providing the opportunity to retreat into the silence and solitude of a simple hermitage environment.
Guided Retreats |Online|
Sam Rahberg, Rachel Twigg, or Peter Watkins
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This article shares the story of how one Episcopal diocese facilitated a youth pilgrimage in their state that focused on creation care. It includes planning tips and resource samples that communities and dioceses can draw upon for a pilgrimage in their own locations.