WOMEN IN THE WOODS

October 2nd, 2021

Women in the Woods is a retreat designed to be physically and spiritually refreshing for women of all ages. The teaching will be incredible, and the retreat will be packed with great singing, fun, laughter and fellowship. The retreat will run from Friday to Saturday evening, culminating with a special dinner celebration. Consider a Women in the Woods retreat for you, your church, or just bring a friend and join us!

* Due to recent rising cases of COVID and the transmissibility of the Delta variant, we are changing the retreat to a one day event. It will be hard to pack all of the fun, fellowship and refreshing instruction into one day but we will do our best!

RETREAT DETAILS: 

COST: $50 (This fee includes all teaching sessions, 4 meals, accommodations and all activities.)

ARRIVAL TIME: Registration will be at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 2

 

MEALS: Meals that are included for the retreat are Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner and Sunday brunch.

*If you have any food allergies, please let us know.

DEPARTURE: Saturday Evening @ 7:00 p.m.

For more information, please download the 2021 Fall Women in the Woods Brochure or feel free to contact the PSC Office by phone: 814.629.9834 or email: info@pinesprings.org

* All those attending will be required to either have proof of COVID vaccination or proof of a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of the start of the retreat.

* We will be meeting outside as much as possible- we have several wonderful pavilions that we can use and autumn is beautiful in the Laurel Highlands.  

* Karen Stevenson, our guest speaker, has assured me that she can adjust her sessions on "The Gift of Enough". A one day retreat will have to be "enough".

 

Retreat Forms:
PSC Release of Liability
PSC Medical Release Form

*A physician's signature is NOT required for retreat guests

Guest Speaker - Karen Stevenson

Karen is the Canon for Mission for the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh. Her role as Canon is to serve alongside the Bishop seeking to move the diocese forward in mission. She has been in ministry for 38 years, first in campus ministry and then as an ordained priest in the Anglican church serving in parish ministry.