Women’s Retreat 2018

Eat Pray Play

Inter-generational Women’s Retreat
February Feb 3, 2018, 9 am -5 pm (Breakfast served at 8 am)
 Women of all ages are invited to join this retreat to build community, new relationships and explore the spiritual and physical benefits of prayer and mindfulness. Saturday, February 3 will be the workshop day with options to spend the night Friday and Saturday  at the Eaglewood Resort in Itasca.  Breakfast, lunch and snacks on Saturday are included. Back by popular demand,  Dr. Sandra Carey  (see below) will be with us for one of the many break-out sessions in the afternoon for our 9-5 Saturday program. Click here for registration. Contact Rev. Melissa McCreery Riley, Associate Minister of Pastoral Care, with any questions. Confidential financial assistance available.
About our speaker

Dr. Sandra Carey is a clinical psychologist, along with a Master’s in Nutrition and Health Education.  She partners with women to create dynamic plans of wellness through an integrative approach, using traditional therapy, nutritional counseling and energy medicine.  Her mission is to create vitality and balance for the mind-body-spirit and to support pathways to healing. She serves from a place of hope knowing that all have a purpose and everyone can move towards their best self.



When: February 3, 2018

Where: Eaglewood Resort and Spa in Itasca, IL.

Time: Saturday 9-5 program (breakfast served at 8 am); all attendees pay $75 (includes breakfast, lunch and snacks on Saturday)

Register and pay for Saturday program (all attendees) here

What Else: Dress comfortably and casually; come as you are

Reservations: Please call Eaglewood at 877-285-6150 and make your own hotel room reservations if you are staying overnight one or two nights. **Be sure to ask for the “FCCGE Special Room Rate”

Rates: Inquire when calling Eaglewood.

Contact Melissa  for confidential payment assistance



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