Coming Home to the Heart – Dr. Kirsten Maier is a Jungian psychotherapist in private practice and training at the Jung Institute of San Francisco. Berne Fitzpatrick (Ph.D in clinical psychology) is a Jungian trained therapist who has led wilderness trips, men’s retreats, and therapy groups.
Coming Home to the Heart – The Ven. Jordan Haynie Ware serves as Archdeacon for Social Justice and Community Connection for the Anglican Diocese of Edmonton, where she is also the rector. She is the author of The Ultimate Quest: A Geek’s Guide to (the Episcopal) Church.
Coming Home to the Heart – Michael Shapcott. Executive Director of Sorrento Centre since 2018, Rev. Michael Shapcott, is known for a life-time of social and economic justice work focusing on housing, human rights, human dignity and equity. He lives into the words of the mystic Julian of Norwich: “Be a gardener, dig a ditch, toil and sweat, and turn the earth upside down and seek the deepness and water the plants in time.”
Coming Home to the Heart – The Very Reverend Peter Elliott and Thomas Roach.
Homecoming is a powerful theme in our personal stories—and the concept of ‘home’ has many resonances—different for each one of us. Home is connected deeply to a sense of place—and it’s a reflection on ‘place’ that Thomas and Peter will explore.
Coming Home to the Heart – The Most Rev. Dr. Bishop Lynne McNaughton is a pilgrimage and retreat leader. Since 1997 she has co-led Pilgrimages to explore our Spiritual heritage in Europe. She leads retreats on Women in Scripture, Celtic Christianity, Pilgrimage and Christian Mystics.