The Contemplative Practice of Motherhood

A Hybrid Spiritual Formation Event

 

Dates

Jan. 12-March 2, 2019

Overview

It seems like motherhood should be a holy experience, but for many it can feel just the opposite. Mothers can lose access to the ways they've always known to connect with God. Join us to explore ways motherhood can be a contemplative practice that nurtures your own soul to be an image-bearer of God.

This class will be offered with online sessions book ended by beginning and ending in-person classes at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Jan. 12 and March 2, 2019. The online materials will be available at the student's convenience, i.e., offered asynchronously.

Instructors

  • Lauren Burdette, Spiritual Director, Retreat Leader, and Author
  • Renée Prymus, Instructor of English, University of Pittsburgh, and Managing Editor for www.ChristiansPracticingYoga.com

Registration / Directions / CEUs

Fee: $110 (includes lunch for the two face-to-face sessions);  Maximum enrollment 15

Directions to the Seminary campus. Free parking is available on campus behind the chapel and library.

CEUs: 1.0  Certificate available upon request.

Questions

E-mail ConEd@pts.edu or call 412-924-1345.