Friday, February 17, 2017

How an interfaith intensive can transform your writing. Beyond Walls, Spiritual Writing Intensive, July 9-15. [Sponsored by JDF]


Your deepest conversations may have been with those in your own denominations. Yet the opportunity to share common challenges in reaching seekers and believers unites those who lead all faiths.  

BEYOND WALLS brings together Jewish and Christian clergy, spiritual directors, social activists, campus ministers and more to find out how writing can transform our perspectives and connect us with those beyond our congregational walls. Led by an interfaith faculty of top journalists, essayists, bloggers, social media specialists, and poets, our seminars offer training in new writing forms and a forum to share ideas, new writing, and novel approaches to the challenges of growing congregations.  You'll write every day, and the experience of hearing and sharing your work can draw you into a more expressive, confident and flexible writing practice.

Join us for a transformative week of writing, learning and renewal on one of America's most beautiful college campuses. Space is limited – register today!

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This was an extraordinary experience. My hope was to both connect with other writers, hone my skills, learn more about blogging and social media, and just have time away to concentrate on all of these things. It absolutely did happen.
- 2016 PARTICIPANT
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writing, with real time to write, and rapid colleague feedback, is extremely valuable and extremely
hard to find in parish life. 

- 2016 PARTICIPANT
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