Please note that the event is now full, but we are taking a waitlist.
A larger public event will be held on November 19 at the University of Victoria.
Visit the event page for more information.
The Rev. Matthew Wright is an Episcopal priest, writer, and retreat leader working to renew the Christian Wisdom tradition within a wider inter-spiritual framework. He is also a student of Cynthia Bourgeault.
This retreat will offer periods of teaching, meditation, chant, and dialogue to explore the ways that the Christian Wisdom Tradition is coming of age as a vital path for the 21st century, and its place in the emerging world of inter-spirituality and transformed consciousness. We will give particular attention to Bede Griffiths and Teilhard de Chardin as icons and prophets for where we are headed.
To learn more about Matthew, see Margaret Walters’ recent article published in Island Catholic News, or watch this video from Science and Nonduality.
Check-in: Mid-afternoon on Friday, Nov. 20, 2015
Check-out: After lunch on Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015
Space is limited. All interested participants must register online. Retreat details below. Please note that the event is now full, but we are taking a waitlist.
Retreat fees: $275 (Fees include buffet style meals including vegetarian and some diet-restricted options. All taxes included in fees.)
A non-refundable deposit of $50 or full fee is payable upon registration to secure your space. Details will be provided in your confirmation email.
A limited number of scholarships are being made available. Apply here.
Accommodations are simple and rustic. Some facility and site photos are available here. Camp Pringle is approximately 42 km (60-minute drive) north of Victoria, BC. We will provide some assistance for those requesting ride-shares. Map and directions here.
For enquiries, please phone 250-381-9650 or email email@example.com.
The Wisdom Path with the Rev. Matthew Wright, M.Div. is made possible by a grant from the Trust for the Meditation Process, a charitable foundation encouraging meditation, mindfulness, and contemplative prayer.