Claiming Sabbath for Clergy Spouses 2019
 

Claiming Sabbath 
for Clergy Spouses

Partial scholarships available!
Request a scholarship ($25) online on the Registration page.
A limited number of scholarships are made possible by a 
matching grant from the Pastoral Excellence Network.

FOR clergy spouses, BY clergy spouses

  • Feel free to be totally authentic in a safe, sacred space with others who "get it"
  • Build skills to set boundaries for your own Sabbath time
  • Renew your spirit with private Sabbath time
  • Explore how you can make Sabbath "real" in your unique situation
  • Extend your insights after the retreat with:
    • A one-hour individual coaching session
    • Seven weeks of inspirational Sabbath reminders and sharing tips and experiences with your fellow retreatants in a closed Facebook group
Clergy spouse participants have said:
  • "This retreat was a much needed eye-opener for me on several levels. Scripture about Sabbath came alive, music activities inspired renewal,  and the "real-life scenario game" made it clear how I'm prone to work vs celebrate and worship God. I would still be floundering and spiritually exhausted without this program and the coaching."
  • "I loved the engaging activities, the practical take aways I will implement, and the love your presence displays."
  • "It exceeded my expectations!"
 

Retreat leader and Coach
Julie Anderman
  • 20 years as EPA Conference UMC clergy spouse 
  • 20 years providing instructional design and communication services to Fortune 500 companies
  • 28 years facilitating small groups
  • A.B. in Theology, M.B.A. in Organizational Behavior, Strategic Marketing
  • Trained professional coach, International Coach Federation member

Your registration must be paid in full to attend the program.
Payment due by Sunday September 8, 2019.

Questions? 
Contact Julie Anderman 
Julie@ArtosRetreats.org
717.492.4238
ArtosRetreats.org




Retreat funded in part by the 
Eastern Pennsylvania Conference Board of Pension and Health Benefits.
Endorsed by the Philadelphia Area Episcopal Office.