Online Retreat Day

Led by Ann Kulp

November 1, 2023 – January 3, 2024

Learn to notice and embrace unexpected, holy moments that happen each day.

God, what love-mischief can ‘We’ do for the world Today? — Hafiz.


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Through audio teaching, poetry, art, music, guided meditation, reflection questions and invitations into silence, Ann Kulp invites you into intentional quiet space to help you learn to notice and embrace unexpected, holy moments that happen each day.

“This was a chance to rest deep inside the spiritual heart and to listen for God’s knocking wherever that might occur. It was a heartfelt joy.”

-Joe T.


Ann Kulp was an associate staff member with Shalem for 17 years, leading quiet days, contemplative prayer groups, workshops with Tibetan singing bowls, adult education classes, series on the mystics, and other miscellaneous topics related to spirituality. Ann was a graduate of The College of William and Mary and Northwestern University.


Registration opens: October 18, 2023

Registration deadline: December 20, 2023

Once registered, access the Retreat Day any time from November 1, 2023 – January 3, 2024.

Registration is now closed.

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Resources and audio reflections are hosted by YouTube.

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