Irenic Thoughts

Irenic. The word means peaceful. This web log (or blog) exists to create an ongoing, and hopefully peaceful, series of comments on the life of King of Peace Episcopal Church. This is not a closed community. You are highly encouraged to comment on any post or to send your own posts.


Power for the Forgiving

Victoria and I just finished putting on a spirituality retreat with the help of the Rev. Linda McCloud. The first of three Journey to Wholeness retreats we are holding at Honey Creek, this one was called Power for the Forgiving and centered on how to forgive other and ourselves for the hurts in our lives.

The event was wall attended and everyone seemed to benefit from the program and the time at Honey Creek. Our thanks go to Harry Jenkins, the camp's interim director, and his staff, for taking such excellent care of us.

The next retreat is coming up November 30 and December 1. That retreat will looking at your shadow self and how you can find hidden strengths within you. We'll provide the spiritual tools and biblical insight to help make that happen. More information is online at

Below are some pictures of the weekend, click on any photo to see a larger version of it.

Linda teaching in Stuart HallLinda McCloud teaching on forgiveness

FaithbookingJudy Carter tells about faithbooking

Taize worshipTaize worship service by candlelight on Friday

Coffe before breakfastBill, Gil and Melodie with morning coffee

Breakfast in the Reese Dining Hall

walking the labyrinthWalking the labyrinth

Victoria serves the chalice for our closing communion service

Christus Rex
—this Christ the King carving is in the chapel at Honey Creek
The Rev. Frank Logue, Pastor



  • At 8/26/2007 6:49 AM, Blogger Laura said…

    A good retreat. I came away with much to ponder. You all did a wonderful job organizing the event.

  • At 8/26/2007 12:03 PM, Blogger Judy said…

    Thank you to all, especially Harry and Fr. Frank, for the opportunity to share my passion for Faithbooking through my stories and albums. Prayerfully we will enjoy future opportunities to learn and work together on your "journey to wholeness" by creating your Faithbooks.



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