As you can see below, we offer a variety of programs throughout the year ranging from book discussions/subject lectures that last a few hours, to days of reflection, weekend and week-long retreats.
You may initiate the registration process for any of our programs by clicking on the program name below. You may pay online using a credit card, or you may choose to mail in a check. Please note that registration for all of our programs is complete upon receipt of payment.
Men and women of all ages and ability levels are welcomed into this relaxing, safe and spacious environment where we build flexibility, strength, and balance while learning stress management and mindfulness techniques to quiet the mind, increase concentration, and build body confidence and holistic health.
Note: JULY 16, 2019 – Due to the weather forecast for the day and field/path conditions on the way to the Labyrinth, MCRC staff will not be on-site tonight to host the Labyrinth Walk. Aug 15, Sept 14 and Oct 13 While typically only “open” from dawn to dusk, we are offering special evenings (weather… Continue reading Full Moon Labyrinth Walk – Aug 15, Sept 14, & Oct 13
Relieve stress and feel more joy. Build stronger families. Journey to Inner Peace and let’s take the mystery out of mindfulness, meditation, and visualization. Learn ways to soothe your mind and body. Join us for all four sessions or pick and choose which to attend. Some sessions are for parents, grandparents, caregivers, and children; others… Continue reading Journey to Inner Peace for Families: Making Calm Our Superpower!
A retreat led by Anne Kertz KernionFriday, August 23 & Saturday August 24, 2019Friday, Aug. 23: Check in after 4:30p.m. /Dinner at 5:30p.m./ Retreat 7:00-9:00p.m.Saturday, Aug. 24: 9:00a.m.-3:00p.m. (Lunch included.) Our spiritual habits affect our physical and emotional health in a variety of ways. We’ll explore recent findings in neuroscience and positive psychology, showing how… Continue reading Neuroscience, Contemplative Practices & Well-Being: How Spirituality Affects our Health and DNA August 23 – 24 Retreat
Presented by Anne Kertz KernionSunday, August 25 ▪ 1:30-3:30pm Our smartphones and computers are wonders, but they bring some not-so-wonderful consequences (like reduced focus, concentration, and memory) to our brains, bodies, and spiritual lives. We will explore the ramifications of tech overuse and how several spiritual practices have been shown to help thwart those detrimental… Continue reading Digital Distraction: Technology, Our Brains, and Spiritual Practices – August 25
Mindfulness in Nature: Saturday, October 5, 2019Check in: 8:30 a.m. Program 9:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (Bring a bag lunch) Experience mindfulness meditation outside, in a small group, being present to yourself and your relationship to nature. Learn about Mindfulness, practice sitting and lying down meditations, experience mindful eating, walking meditation, and mindful nature activities. No prior… Continue reading Mindfulness in Nature – October 5, 2019