Sun, Apr 24|
Gathering - The Easter Story as Living Ecology
A gathering to reweave our narratives as members of a living earth.
Time & Location
Apr 24, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Dayton, Hone Quarry Rd, Dayton, VA 22821, USA
About the Event
Whether you celebrate the traditional Easter event or not, there is within it a narrative pattern that is both universal and particular, wrapped within the ecology of 1st century Palestine. We will visit the archetypal story of Jesus, and our own stories, as a more expansive circling narrative that is not just about one man, or one you, but is a narrative of the ecological reality of life.
IMPORTANT: Please RSVP to receive updates regarding weather, location and reminders. We will try to meet in the campground, but as the weather gets warmer, the campground will fill. If we can't get a site at the campground, we will meet in the meadow in the picnic day-use area (where the stone picnic shelter is.) LOOK FOR OUR SIGN! If you see it near the picnic area sign in the big parking area, park there and follow the trail past the picnic shelter out into the open area to find us. If you don't see the sign, keep driving! You'll see a sign for the campground, where you'll turn in and look for our sign at one of the 10 spots.
Please bring the following:
- Folding chair or blanket to sit on
- Journal and pen if this is a way you process
- Art materials if this is a way you process
- Your reusable water bottle
- Wear comfortable layered clothing and sturdy shoes
Note that there is no WiFi or cell service at Hone Quarry. If you haven't been out there before, set your GPS before you leave and it will stay on until you arrive. Please email or text with questions before Sunday the 24th. 540-405-9201 firstname.lastname@example.org