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Dr. Catherine Meeks and Poet David Whyte Headline Kanuga’s 2023 Lansing Lee Conference
“Practicing the Faith,” Kanuga’s Lansing Lee Conference, will be held October 10-13 and feature Dr. Catherine Meeks and poet David Whyte. The Rev. Winnie Varghese will serve as chaplain. Dr. Catherine Meeks is Executive Director of the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing. A sought-after teacher and workshop leader, Dr. Meeks brings four decades of...
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Kanuga Spiritual Retreats
Reconnect with Yourself and Creation Personal, private connections with Creation’s natural rhythms instill a sense of healing, nourishment, and wellbeing for body and soul. In this era of “busy,” of “doing,” take a moment to “be.” Kanuga is pleased to introduce a new program, Kanuga Spiritual Retreats, which offers personalized retreats based on individual needs...
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Friends and Family Gather to Honor Andrew Baker
In June, my family had the opportunity to go on a mini-pilgrimage of sorts to Kanuga. A place where I, as well as Andrew, are very familiar. A place synonymous with our upbringing and truly our spiritual home and thin place. I’ve long thought of Kanuga as being akin to an older sibling, as did...
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Kanuga Staff Day in the Garden
It takes a lot of love and attention for Kanuga’s Foster Education Garden to yield fresh and ample produce for the summer harvest. Staff planted this month, but a lot of groundwork was required first, much of it completed by Kanuga volunteers during two service weekends. In early November, these volunteers “put the garden to...
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