Lenten Retreat at Holy Cross Monastery
Friday, March 13, 2020, 3:00 PM
"Let the silence teach you"
Friday, March 13, 2020 through Sunday, March 15, 2020
The retreat is currently full. Please contact the Rev. Jarrett Kerbel to be added the wait list.
Our annual retreat to Holy Cross Monastery in West Park, New York is March 13-15, Friday dinner through Sunday lunch. Our Rector, the Rev. Jarrett Kerbel invites parishioners to join him for a Lenten meditative adventure.
This is a mostly-silent retreat called, “Let the Silence Teach You.” Come enjoy a spiritual respite on the banks of the Hudson River. Find renewal in the soothing daily cycle of Benedictine Prayer in the lovely chapel. Sit, read, rest, reflect in the lovely spaces of the monastery. Schedule time with a Brother of the order for Spiritual Direction or a conversation with the Rev. Kerbel. Did we mention that the food is fabulous?!
Holy Cross Monastery
Photos from Lenten retreats at Holy Cross Monastery. Most photos by the Rev. Jarrett Kerbel.
The total cost for the weekend is $215. You may choose to pay via credit/debit/PayPal or check. Full payment is due in the church office by Sunday, March 1, 2020. Checks can be made out to Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields with the note "Holy Cross Retreat" in the memo line. Scholarships are available. Please contact the Rev. Jarrett Kerbel for information.
Carpools can also be arranged. Adults and teenagers are all welcome to attend.
The Rev. Jarrett KerbelRector
(215) 247-7466 ext. 101 |
The Rev. Jarrett Kerbel was educated at Northwestern University, the University of Chicago and Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He was ordained Priest in 1995 in Danville, Pennsylvania where he worked as a Hospital Chaplain and a Head Start teacher. Pastoral positions followed at the Church of St. John the Evangelist in Flossmoor, Illinois, St. Paul and the Redeemer in Chicago, and then Rector at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Park Ridge, Illinois. After following his wife, the Rev. Dr. Alison Boden, to her new position in Princeton, New Jersey, he was called to be the Executive Director of the Crisis Ministry of Mercer County. The largest food pantry and the gateway agency for Homelessness Prevention services in Mercer County, the Crisis Ministry also runs a Welfare to Work program and an innovative free farmers market. Jarrett became Rector of St. Martin’s in February 2011. He formerly served as the co-chair of Philadelphians Organized to Witness Empower and Rebuild (POWER). Jarrett serves as Dean of the Wissahickon Deanery and is an Associate of the Order of the Holy Cross. He is an Adjunct Professor at Princeton Theological Seminary where he co-teaches a regular class on Faith Based Community Organizing, Theology and Practice. Jarrett has been published in Sojourners, the Huffington Post, Yours the Power, and the Journal of Public Theology. He is the father of two children, Timothy and Martha.