Angela Center sponsors classes and programs
for self exploration and self development in the areas of spirituality, psychology, social responsibility, and creativity
for both men and women.
To make reservations to attend any of the programs sponsored by Angela Center,
please call 707-528-8578.
The following are the current offerings:
Every Wednesday Morning
7:30 to 8:30 am
Julian Cell is a weekly meditation group splitting the hour between silent meditation and sharing of the fruits of that meditation. Participants share in bringing a focus for each week, with a poem, prayer or excerpt as well as a beautiful focal point for the circle.
“A Quiet Day Away” Retreat
Would you like to experience a time of rest, away from the demands of your life, to simply enjoy the peaceful and replenishing beauty of Angela Center?
Our retreat will open with thirty minutes of reflection and prayer and end with a brief time of sharing. The rest of the day is yours to do with as you will- take a nap in your assigned bedroom, read or walk, visit the library, meditate or pray in the chapel, enjoy the gardens. Lunch will also be provided to further make this a relaxing day just for you.
Let this day be one in which you breathe, relax, and reconnect to the One who says, “Come away by yourselves to a lonely place, and rest awhile.” (Mark 6:1). Let your ‘lonely place’ be the meditative solitude of a quiet retreat at Angela Center.
Hosted by Ruah Bull PhD, Spiritual Director
Spirituality Book Club
Facilitated by Sister Dianne
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
at 404 Angela Drive
In September and October meetings we will be discussing Radical Spirit by Joan Chittister. For the October meeting, please have read to the end. At October meeting we will decide on the next books to read. All are welcome!
Gathering at the Tree:
Letting Images Speak
Provide your own bag lunch and
Please bring an image, photo, painting to share
In this workshop, we will look at images and how our consciousness allows images to land. Lera will explore the concept of what images do and how images affect our psyche, body, and spirit. We will explore, share, and enjoy the creative approaches to working with images. She will be sharing visual presentation from a very prestigious website called ARAS which is the most comprehensive collection of visual images archived in Archetypal Jungian psychology from 17000 years ago till now. Participants could call on something they wish and we will pull the image from these archives for discussion.
Bring any image with you to share with the group in any form, via photograph, I phone photo, dream, painting, or written image.
Lera Welch is a Jungian Life Coach, author and photographer. With a degree in psychology, she has been in a Life Coaching practice over 35 years. She has in depth knowledge of Jungian psychology, spirituality and the Arts. She has been trained one on one under scientists in the field of Stress Management in areas of mind, body and spirit alignment. Other studies include mythology, dreams, body and psyche biology, which includes bioenergetics, psychoenergetics, all the way down to the cellular level. Lera has also worked in the business world from banking to coaching small businesses. Her decades of studies and travel and in depth look at ancient cultures and medicine along with current cultures and all the modern technological studies of healing have given her a deep understanding in her work and in stress profiling and approaching the numinous. She is a paid speaker on Stress and Jungian Life Dynamics. Her poetry has been published in ARAS.org, a Jungian website for archetypal symbolism, from 2012-2015. She is a member of the Analytical Psychology Club San Francisco. Lera offers many in-depth workshops, teaches seminars, and is in private practice for individual sessions. Her Web site is Lerawelch.com.
Bread for the World
A Day of Reflection
Every little bit of the universe can be a life lesson for us. In this day of reflection we will start with yeast and then flour, exploring our lives together. Mixing ingredients, kneading, rising and baking the bread will further enhance the sharing of our experiences and learnings. The day will culminate in a celebration of the gift of our lives for the world as we break bread warm from the oven.
Please bring your own lunch, a large bowl for rising dough, a towel for covering the rising dough and 2 loaf pans. You’ll return home with 2 fresh loaves of bread, knowing that you ARE bread for the world.
Sister Dianne, a long time educator and pastoral minister, has years of experience leading various groups in creative reflection.
Nectar of Refuge: Looking into the Mystery
During Times of Change
A contemplative writing group day
combined with solo times of refuge in a room for yourself
Facilitated by Rev. Sally Singingtree, author & interfaith minister, offering spiritual support for living into our full human promise,
having witnessed the deep regret when opportunities have slipped away. In past years Sally brought
her healthcare chaplaincy into inner city medical centers and
hospice. She now facilitates writing groups, offers spiritual
companionship as a spiritual director & practices living
sustainably on an urban homestead.
For more Info. or to inquire:
? or call 707-486-4070
? or call 707-486-4070
Thursday November 16, 2017
Cost: $50 (includes a private room)
Please bring your own bag lunch