San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join author and teacher John Philip Newell
January 20-22, 2017
A weekend exploration of Earth-Honoring Celtic Spirituality.
John Philip Newell is the celebrated author of Listening for the Heartbeat of God: A Celtic Spirituality, and a co-founder of Heartbeat: A Journey Toward Earth’s Wellbeing – an organization committed to enabling:
- the articulation of earth-honoring spirituality
- the pursuit of interfaith relationship
- the practice of contemplation and action
This weekend experience is offered in partnership by San Francisco Theological Seminary, Westminster Tiburon Presbyterian Church, and First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo.
Over the course of the weekend, you can experience John Philip Newell – and earth-honoring Celtic spirituality – in lecture, workshop, and worship in the following events: (Please note these 3 events are taking place at 3 different locations)
- Friday, January 20, 2017, at 7pm-9pm: “The Sacredness of Nature: A Celtic Perspective” – John Philip Newell presents the Green Chautauqua lecture at First Presbyterian Church, San Anselmo
- Registration appreciated - no fee
- $20 suggested donation at the door.
- Book signing to follow lecture
- Saturday, January 21, 2017, 9am -2pm: A Retreat Day with John Philip Newell at San Francisco Theological Seminary, Lower Alexander Hall
- Online Registration REQUIRED - seating is limited
- Event fee is $80 and includes refreshments and lunch
- Sunday, January 22, 2017, 8:30am & 10am: John Philip Newell, preaching in worship at Westminster Presbyterian Church, Tiburon
- No registration or fees
When & Where
San Francisco Theological Seminary
San Francisco Theological Seminary (SFTS), the only Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) seminary in the West, reinvents education for ministry through unparalleled innovation, rigorous scholarship, and a tradition of commitment to spiritual formation and social justice in the Christian faith.
We are a welcoming multicultural community assembled from throughout the world. Our curriculum combines classroom learning with immersion in practical ministry, preparing students to bridge theological, cultural and political divides. Any student who exhibits a commitment to critical theological inquiry is welcome. Here you will refine your unique gifts and cultivate ministry expertise for your ongoing participation in God’s New Creation.