Fall 2016 Workshops Come to a Close November 23, 2016 By Collegeville Institute Leave a Comment Our final writing workshop of the year wrapped up on Sunday, November 20, 2016 on Whidbey Island, Washington. This fall, the Collegeville Institute partnered with organizations in Mississippi, Kentucky, Massachusetts, and Washington to host four off-site writing workshops. Topics ranged from writing for clergy and pastors to theological and spiritual writing. Mapping the Geography of Grace: A Writing Workshop for Clergy Canton, Mississippi Tuesday, Sep 27th, 2016-Monday, Oct 3rd, 2016 2016 writing workshop Mapping the Geography of Grace: A Writing Workshop for Clergy participants (left to right): Richard Crocker, Beverly Van Horne, Duncan Gray, Mary Halvorson, Vicki Kemper, Arthur Boers, Robert Benson, Frank Coats, Delesslyn Kennebrew, Allison Byerley, Mallory Pickering, Rebecca Youngblood, Bob Searl, Jim Wolf. The Writing Pastor: A Workshop with J. Bradley Wigger Sunday, Oct 16th, 2016-Saturday, Oct 22nd, 2016 Louisville, Kentucky picture coming soon Awakening Theological Imagination: A Spiritual Practice of Writing with Karen Hering Ashland, Massachusetts Monday, Oct 24th, 2016-Sunday, Oct 30th, 2016 2016 writing workshop Awakening Theological Imagination: A Spiritual Practice of Writing with Karen Hering participants: (left to right) Back Row: Jennifer Munroe Nathans, Will Tanner, Mary Ellen Green, Dietmar Plajer (far back), Susan Reisert, Ellie Rogers, Alyssa Browing Grey, Vicki Guest, Ann Aaberg, Donna Giver Johnson, Patricia Hayes. Front Row: Karen Hering, Geordie Campbell Not pictured: Kevin Weikel. Writing Spirit, Writing Faith: A Week with Mary Potter Whidbey Island, Washington Monday, Nov 14th, 2016-Sunday, Nov 20th, 2016 2016 writing workshop Writing Spirit, Writing Faith: A Week with Mary Potter participants (left to right) Back Row: Lara Palmquist, Orea Parker, Theresa Walker, Weldon Nisly, Maggie Starr, Stina Kielsmeier-Cook, Andrea Wichhart Tatley, Don Palmgren; Front Row: Arthur Boers, Lauren K. Carlson, Mary Potter (workshop facilitator), Tim Damiani. Like this post? Subscribe to have new posts sent to you by email the same day they are posted.