815 East Grace Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Christmas services at St. Paul’s will be:
December 24, Christmas Eve
4 pm – Children’s Pageant with Holy Communion
10 pm – Candlelight Communion with Choir (prelude at 9:30 pm)
December 25, Christmas Day
10 am – Holy Eucharist, Rite II with Carols
What is the Women’s Retreat?
Our annual Women’s Retreat provides a space for women of all ages to gather together. We spend the weekend engaging in conversation, practicing yoga, sharing meals, praying, and sharing a space with one another.
We will begin the weekend on Friday evening with an informal social hour where we invite people to bring snacks and beverages to share. We will split our time on Saturday between a variety of programming, free time to explore about Roslyn Retreat Center, and an evening Holy Eucharist. We conclude the weekend on Sunday morning with our last session of programming and morning prayer.
We invite you to join us for our 2020 Retreat: “Pulling It Together: In Search of Wholeness,”* where we will explore moments that oppose the centrifugal forces that tear us apart including quiet time alone, contemplative prayer and other spiritual practices, music, and yoga. We will find ways to pull ourselves together with the “golden repair” that can only truly be found in spiritual pursuits.
The cost the retreat is $175 per person, which includes lodging for Friday and Saturday nights, three meals on Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday. For those who wish to stay at home on Friday and Saturday night instead of at Roslyn overnight, there is an option for a commuter fee of $75. This includes programming, three meals on Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday. Scholarship support is available and can be requested through the registration form.
Registration is open now through Sunday, January 12th. Registration is online HERE. We will also have an iPad (for payments) in the gathering area of the Parish House on Sundays, January 5th and 12th. Please email Keli Shipley Cooper for questions about registration at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In her book Gift from the Sea, author Anne Morrow Lindbergh writes “Woman’s life today is tending more and more toward the state of … ‘Zerrissenheit – torn-to-pieces-hood.’ This state of Zerrisenheit is one that most women can identify with but as Lindbergh notes, “She cannot live perpetually in ‘Zerrissenheit.’ She will be shattered into a thousand pieces.”
About the Facilitators
Program Facilitator: Tammy Shackelford
Tammy Shackelford is a cradle Episcopalian, baptized in St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Bartlesville, Oklahoma and confirmed in 1979 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Kansas City, Missouri. Tammy graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech/Theatre from Kansas State University. She earned a Masters of Fine Arts in Non-Profit Arts Management from Virginia Tech in 1988. Tammy has worked for non-profit organizations throughout Richmond for over 25 years in fundraising, marketing, and public relations. Tammy has served as Stewardship Coordinator for St. Paul’s and All Saints Episcopal Churches and as Director of Christian Education for St. John’s and Emmanuel Brook Hill. She has also served on the Diocese of Virginia’s stewardship committee and led workshops on Spiritual Gifts Discovery, Creative Bible Journaling, and women’s retreats.
Tammy is currently the Director of Development & Community Relations for GraceInside, providing chaplains to Virginia’s correctional facilities. She and her husband, Rob Feild, have four children, Anne (31), Laura (26), Jesse (23), and Jack (18). When not at work, Tammy enjoys participating in an EFM group at St. Paul’s, crocheting, paper crafts, creative journaling, and learning the violin.
Yoga Instructor: Tighe Easterly Antrim
Tighe Easterly Antrim is a lifetime Virginian who attended St. Catherine’s before going on to higher education at Hollins University, University of Richmond, and VCU. She also attended Bikram Yoga College of India. She has been married for 45 years to Hugh, and they have 3 children (Mary, Bettie and Hugh) and 8 grandchildren, with a 9th on the way! Tighe has taught in a wide variety of settings, including being a middle-school English teacher, a nursery school teacher, and a yoga teacher in both studio and after-school settings.
Tighe is a very positive person to whom a healthy lifestyle (including lots of fruits, vegetables, running, walking, and, of course, yoga) and helping others be healthy are very important. She loves meeting new people, being a grandmother, practicing yoga with children, reading good books, watching good movies, being around cats and dogs, cooking, and hanging out with her family (most especially, Hugh).Read More
Join the St. Paul’s community in welcoming our new rector, the Rev. Charlie Dupree. This service will feature festive music for brass and organ, great preaching, and a fabulous reception. Come together with the people of St. Paul’s to celebrate this new chapter! Childcare is provided.
Our guest preacher for this event is Dr. Alisha Lola Jones. Dr. Jones is an assistant professor in the Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology at Indiana University (Bloomington). Dr. Jones is a graduate of University of Chicago (Ph.D.), Yale Divinity School (M.Div.), Yale Institute of Sacred Music (ISM), and Oberlin Conservatory (B.M.). She is a council member of the Society for Ethnomusicology’s council and the SEM liaison to the American Academy of Religion. Additionally, as a performer-scholar, she consults seminaries and arts organizations on curriculum, programming, and content development.Read More
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Registration for the Shrine Mont parish retreat is now open! Please click this link to register online or download the .pdf version of the registration form Parish Retreat Registration 2020 (PDF). Please check out our Parish Retreat webpage for more info and email Keli Cooper, Minister for Faith Formation, at email@example.com with any questions or concerns. We look forward to seeing you in the mountains!Read More