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A celebration of the life of WVIS founding board member and dear friend, Charlie Boll

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The West Virginia Institute for Spirituality (WVIS) is hosting a prayer service on Zoom to celebrate the life of our dear friend and colleague, Charlie Boll.

If you've ever met Charlie, you know his smile which could always light up a room and make you feel welcome. His gentle wisdom, humble presence, and easy laughter will be missed.

Charlie loved to share stories and often told of his early introduction to the West Virginia Institute for Spirituality (WVIS) before WVIS even became a reality. Charlie met Sister Carole and Sister Pellicane at the Cenacle in Charleston, West Virginia back in the 1970s where he began the contemplative prayer program in 1977 - a program which continues today.

In 1998, The West Virginia Institute for Spirituality (WVIS) was formed to provide continuity to the spiritual ministry begun in Southern West Virginia by the Cenacle sisters. Charlie was a WVIS founding board member, and the Director of the Recovery program at WVIS.

In addition to serving as the Director of the Recovery program, Charlie was an Associate Spiritual Director, a WVIS supervisor, a member of the WVIS faculty, marketing and ministry teams, and he had recently (December 2020) been commissioned as an Associate Director of Programming during a ceremony recognizing six new Satellite locations.

Join us to celebrate the life of this wonderful man and dear friend! You will receive confirmation that you are registered from Eventbrite and you will receive the Zoom log in information about a week before the event. Please be sure to mark your calendar.

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