Holy Interruptions




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

 

Shalem is now providing the course for free to help people ground during this unprecedented time of interruption in our lives. We’d love to hear from you if this course has been helpful in any way. Contact us at info@shalem.org . And if you’d like to offer a small donation as thanks, please click here. Thank you!

Enter the retreat day here. 

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.

Leader

AnnKulpAnn 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.

 

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Shalem is now providing the course for free to help people ground during this unprecedented time of interruption in our lives. We’d love to hear from you if this course has been helpful in any way. Contact us at info@shalem.org . And if you’d like to offer a small donation as thanks, please click here. Thank you!

Enter the retreat day here. 

Technical Requirements
The retreat website can be accessed on any computer or tablet. Teachings and audio reflections are hosted by YouTube. Poetry and other readings can be printed if desired. Access your retreat immediately upon purchase, via a link in your email.

Testimonials

I appreciated the personal, simple, spiritual richness of an online retreat day. It contained all the elements of a live retreat, but accessible to your own schedule. I needed to remember taking time to be intimate with God.

The openness of the spaces around the offerings was perhaps the best part for me, as I could take all the time I needed, rather than have the retreat move on ahead of my readiness.

What a blessing to notice interruptions as holy… sacred knocks!