Women of the Diocese of the Rio Grande

"Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of service, but the same lord; and there are varieties of working, but it is the same God who inspires them all in everyone." (1 Corinthians 12:4-6)

“The mission of the Women of the Diocese of the Rio Grande is to connect and support all women in their diverse ministries. We do this by offering opportunities to gather for studying, re-creating, and celebrating who we are as women of Faith, Hope and Love.”

Monday, September 12, 2016

5th Annual Bosque Retreat Registration Available Now!

The 5th Annual Bosque Center Gathering on November 18-19 offers a unique opportunity for fellowship, worship, and delving into YOU...Yearning, Owning, Understanding the Puzzle Pieces of your Life under the guidance of Elaine Wilson. Because God is active in our lives, we all have Yearnings. Some of these have come to fullness, others have not.  We must Own and recognize where we are on our journey. This will help us Understand how everything that happens is part of the Puzzle of Our Life. Through sharing, worship, and quiet, we will travel together through an examination of how personal life dreams can become reality in everyday life, using some basic tools (e.g. BCP, Bible) of our Christian heritage.
Bring yourself, your Bible, a Book of Common Prayer (BCP), and friends to explore ways for strengthening your personal worship to undergird our daily life. We’ll begin at 5:30 PM on Friday evening with check-in, followed by dinner and our first exploration. On Saturday, breakfast will be at 8 AM and our time together will conclude by 3PM.
Registration, including supplies and 3 meals, is $30. (Some 1/2 scholarships are available, contact Cindy.)
Single rooms at the Bosque Center are $52/night and must be reserved on the registration form. (A couple of queen rooms are available for slightly more/night. Contact Cindy for info.)
Download the registration or online at PuzzlePieces.eventsbot.com.
Elaine Wilson, an active, life-long laywoman in the Episcopal Church, a member of your Cathedral, and a graduate of Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, she spent many years as a professional liturgical artist. She enjoys teaching on numerous Bible and Church history topics, and encourages you to bring your questions on any church-related topic that's had you puzzled.