Program & Retreat Schedule
SAVE THE DATE for these upcoming programs at
Benedict Inn Retreat & Conference Center
We are excited to announce our upcoming programs for July - December, 2020!
SAVE THE DATE & register online now or call 317-788-7581!
October 1, 8, 15 & 22 - Me Too - From Shame to Survivor In the United States, one in three women experienced some form of sexual abuse or violence in their lifetime. (National Violence Resource Center) This powerful, four-part program is for women who have experienced sexual assault/abuse. Me Too offers the opportunity to speak and heal in a safe, anonymous, and supportive environment. Discover the path to healing and journey from victim to survivor. While this program is not intended to take the place of individual counseling with licensed therapist, we will proceed at a pace that meets the needs of the participants as a group. Due to the sensitivity of this topic, we ask that participants commit to attending all 4 sessions of this program. Thursdays, October 1, 8, 15 & 22. 7:00 - 9:00 pm. Cost is $60. Presented by Dr. Rachel Waltz.
October 24 - SoulCollage Do you enjoy creative play that has personal meaning and healing power? Our spiritual journeys can wax and wane over all the various transitions of life, but there are gentle ways to be with and celebrate the diverse experiences that bring us into wholeness. In this one-day retreat, participants will gather in quiet prayer both within themselves and community. The intuitive process of SoulCollage invites us to gather images and make personal collage cards for the purpose of self-expression and discovery. Join us for this soul-tending day and lean into a deeper awareness of God's Mystery within. Saturday, October 24, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Class size is limited, so register early! This popular program sold out last year! Cost $110 and includes lunch and materials. Presenters: Lisa Heckaman & Lisa Hess.
November 7 - Breaking Free: Coping with Anxiety Stress...worry...anxiety...It's the little things that can trigger the countless health and emotional problems that keeps us from living our best lives - the lives we were meant to live. Sometimes this powerful and exhausting emotion can consume us when our thoughts spiral out of proportion. This program is for those who want to quiet the chatter and learn self-acceptance as a deserving and worthwhile individual. Learn to recognize the dysfunctional thoughts and behaviors we engage in daily. Then discover simple relaxation techniques to help quiet the mind. Allow yourself the gift of Breaking Free from the secrets, lies, and other falsehoods we tell ourselves. Saturday, November 7. 9:00 am - Noon. Cost $40. Presented by Dr. Rachel Waltz.