Pegge Bernecker
"On a retreat we may encounter our own curiosity, creativity, community, courage, convictions, grief, solace and inspiration. We enter into deeper communion with God, communities we engage & inhabit, as well as ourselves."
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Retreats offer intentional time for reflection, learning and centering amidst the many demands of daily life. A retreat can be scheduled for a day, weekend, week, or be made during everyday life.

Custom Retreats

Please contact me in order to design a custom retreat for your goals, mission and time frame. I am available for day, weekend and on-line retreats.

Custom Retreat Design can include:

  • Generate theme and content

  • Design and produce vibrant promotional and retreat materials.

  • Train and empower adult and student facilitators.

  • Direct necessary logistics: site location, advertising, registration, environment.

  • Provide overall leadership including session talks, prayer, and spiritual direction.

Recent Retreat Themes and Talks include topics such as:

  • Appreciative Inquiry: Pioneering into New Territory of What Might Be

  • Cultivating Simplicity: Creating Spaciousness In Our Lives

  • Discovering Your Life In Jesus Christ: Fully Human, Fully Divine

  • Leadership and Service with Soul

  • Living in Faith, Hope and Love

  • Praying our Daily Lives

  • Simple Ways to Holiness with Women Mystics

  • Something Blissful

  • Something Peaceful

  • Something Hopeful

  • SQ: Spiritual Intelligence

  • The Air We Breathe: Living as Vessels of the Holy Spirit

  • The Art of Being Human

Retreat leadership experience during the past 18 years includes: over 80 weekend retreats; everyday life working person retreats ranging from ten days to six weeks; and numerous days and evenings of reflection with 8-125 participants, in age ranges from teens to elders.

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