A virtual retreat centered on clergy self-care – and led by South Carolina clergy and lay experts – is scheduled for April 22. It is free and open to all clergy in the South Carolina Conference, but registration is required.
Personal Healing in a Broken World
RESCHEDULED FROM MARCH 18
April 22 | 9 a.m.-noon – There is no doubt we have recently faced unprecedented challenges in our lives. The challenges have sometimes impacted our ability to thrive, both personally and professionally. Explore with us ways we can live more fully in the present moment and live hopefully into our future, nourished by the guidance and healing light of God’s presence.
- Rev. Mari Gonlag – Rev. Gonlag is the pastor of Homeland Park United Methodist Church in Anderson. She holds a master of divinity degree from Asbury Theological Seminary and a doctorate in Christian education, spiritual formation and discipleship from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
- Marla Fuller – Fuller is the minister of communication for St. Mark United Methodist Church in Seneca. She holds a master of arts in theology, with a concentration in spirituality and spiritual direction from Fuller Theological Seminary.