Our Programs

Explore our programs and see which one fits your needs at this time.
Get in touch with us if you feel you need to be guided in your spiritual walk.

Upcoming Programs

February 10, 17, March 2, 9 & 16, 2024
In order to bring the pilgrim into a deeper place of knowing God this particular book has proven to be effective in accompanying the pilgrim in ways that would bring greater self awareness and God awareness.
March 23-24, 2024
In the hushed corridors of our minds, some stories remain untold. Memories that have been pushed away, emotions that have been stifled, and pain that continues to linger.
April 26 - June 1, 2024
The topic will bring us back to our original ways of learning about God from our parents, our schools, our churches, anyone or anything that might’ve been an influence to us on how we got to know our God.
May 25 - 26 , 2024
At the heart of every adult is a child — a being full of wonder, play, and innate wisdom.
February - September 2024
According to the dictionary, illumine means to brighten spiritually or intellectually. This course attempts to facilitate the movement from unconscious to conscious.
February 11 - October 13, 2024
Saint Ignatius of Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises are a comprehensive series of meditative practices and prayers designed to deepen one’s relationship with God, discern God’s will.
Embark on a spiritual pilgrimage through Greece, following in the footsteps of Saint Paul during his mission to spread the teachings of Jesus. From Athens to Berea, and on to Macedonia and beyond, we’ll journey through significant biblical landmarks.

Our courses are an extended period of organized study in line with the spirit of formation. Our
objective is to equip the participant, in the psychospiritual approach to embrace the spiritual
disciplines, in the attempt to deepen their walk with God.

This program has a collection of preached retreats exploring various relevant and practical topics. It is offered to those who cannot commit to the eight-month spiritual formation program but has the desire to deepen their walk with God.

Silence and solitude can pose a challenge to many but with enough preparation and guidance, this intimate encounter with God can be very healing.

What do you call spiritual practices that do not fit in with courses and retreats, to
me it was obvious- retreats plus of course. During pandemic we were required to meet the
needs of our participants. They wanted to do the retreats on line, they wanted to keep
listening to the teaching, they wanted to reflect while in their daily life and keep chewing over
the material, so we came up with the self paced retreats in order to meet the needs of those
who wants formation at their own pace.