Pilgrimage of Peace Online

Can't come to the Fifth Annual Pilgrimage of Peace? Join us online August 9-25, 2013! It's not too late to sign up even for the last day!

For the past four years, people from across the nation and the world have come together each summer to experience the peace of daily song, chant, silence, reflection, rest and work on a forested hilltop overlooking the Shenandoah Valley. This gathering is called a Pilgrimage of Peace. 

The online retreat is led by Br. Stefan (aka Macushla), a musician/composer, retreat leader and peace activist connected for many years with the Church of the Saviour in Washington, DC. He travels widely sharing his original music, poetic questions and an inspiring Celtic spirituality. As an Oblate of the Shantivanam Ashram in India he brings together east and west in both music and spirituality. His music blends Celtic melodies, Indian Kirtan and simple Taize-like harmonies.

This class is in experiment for those who are not able to attend this year's Pilgrimage of Peace.  We hope that you can still experience the tender sprouting of a spontaneous, ecumenical, monastic community of both men and women that is self-supportive, devoted to simplicity, creating a beautiful sung prayer, with a heart for the poor, and offering a deep welcome to all.

In keeping with the Spirit of Jesus who welcomes all to the table, we have set the minimum online retreat fee at just $1.00. When you sign up, you will have a chance to make a donation to the Peace Pilgrimage. Your generousity enables us to keep doing these kinds of retreats!

This is your time to make your personal 2013 Pilgrimage of Peace Online.

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