Javascript Menu by Deluxe-Menu.com
 
 
   

Dormition Monastery, Rives Junction, MI site of Clergy Wives’ Retreat October 13-15


RIVES JUNCTION, MI [MW Diocese Communications] — Holy Dormition Monastery here will be the site of the 30th Midwest Clergy Wives’ Retreat October 13-15, 2017.  The gathering affords clergy wives from all jurisdictions an opportunity to grow in their faith, meet one another in fellowship, worship with the monastic community, and learn from the guest speaker.

The theme of this year’s retreat, “Truth in Our Inward Parts,” will be developed by Presvytera Juliana Honeycutt.  A licensed and National Board Certified mental health professional who holds her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy, she specializes in women’s issues, especially related to holistic health and life in the Church.  Since 2007 she’s offered small groups, workshops, and lectures for churches, therapists, and clergy throughout the country.  In addition to her psychotherapy training, she has seven year’s experience as a fitness director/personal trainer.  She approaches health and healing through a holistic lens of spirit, mind, and body and with her seminary training from Reformed Theological Seminary, she offers a deep quality of spiritual care integrated with knowledge of the clinical sciences.  Also, she is part of a planning committee for the Clergy-Couple Care Ministry of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.  She and her husband currently live in Muskegon, MI, where her husband is the priest at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church.  They will be relocating this summer to Bloomfield Hills, MI, where her husband will be the priest at Saint George Greek Orthodox Church.

Detailed information, schedule, and registration information are available on-line.  Questions may be addressed to Matushka Janine Frigerio at janinefrigerio@gmail.com.

Share This:



< PreviousNext >
You might also like:
 







This Week in the Life of your Bishop

Diocesan Assembly: October 8-10, Lansing, IL

Upcoming Feasts of the Church

Polyeleos-rank Jun 19 - The Holy Apostle Jude the Brother of the Lord
Polyeleos-rank Jun 23 - Vladimir Icon of the Mother of God
Great Feast Jun 24 - Nativity of the Holy Glorious Prophet, Forerunner and Baptist, John
Polyeleos-rank Jun 26 - Tikhvin Icon of the Mother of God
Polyeleos-rank Jun 28 - Icon of the Mother of God, called The Three Hands; Polyeleos-rank Our Venerable Fathers Sergius and Herman, Wonder-workers of Valaam
Great Feast Jun 29 - The Holy Glorious and All-Praised Leaders of the Apostles, Peter and Paul
Polyeleos-rank Jul 2 - The Holy Hierarch John Maximovich, Archbishop of Shanghai and San Francisco;
Polyeleos-rank Jul 3 - The Holy Hieromartyr Philip, Metropolitan of Moscow
Polyeleos-rank Jul 5 - Our Venerable Father Sergius, Abbot and Wonderworker of Radonezh
Polyeleos-rank Jul 6 - Our Venerable Father Athanasius of Mount Athos
Vigil-rank Jul 8 - The Sitka (Kazan) Icon of the Mother of God
Polyeleos-rank Jul 10 - The Deposition of the Robe of our Savior; Polyeleos-rank Our Venerable Father Anthony of the Kiev Caves
Polyeleos-rank Jul 11 - The Holy Equal of the Apostles Blessed Princess Olga
Polyeleos-rank Jul 12 - Icon of the Mother of God, called The Three Hands
Polyeleos-rank Jul 14 - Our Venerable Father Nicodemus of the Holy Mountain
Vigil-rank Jul 15 - The Holy Equal of the Apostles Great Prince Vladimir
Polyeleos-rank Jul 17 - New Royal Passion-bearers Tsar Nicholas and his family
Vigil-rank Jul 19 - Our Venerable Father Seraphim, Wonder-worker of Sarov
Vigil-rank Jul 20 - Holy and Glorious Prophet Elijah
Polyeleos-rank Jul 23 - Pochaev Icon of the Mother of God
Polyeleos-rank Jul 24 - Right-believing Russian Princes Boris and Gleb
Polyeleos-rank Jul 26 - The Righteous Priest Jacob Netsvetov, Enlightener of the Native Peoples of Alaska
Polyeleos-rank Jul 28 - Smolensk Icon of the Mother of God
Polyeleos-rank Jul 30 - The Holy Martyr John the Warrior

 

  Powered by Orthodox Web Solutions