The BIPOC Spiritual Retreat will bring together leaders of color who are engaged in racial justice and reconciliation work in Christian ministry for a time of rest and reflection. This is an opportunity to connect with one another, to learn from one of the leading voices in this space, and to find spiritual and emotional care.
The National Association of Evangelicals will cover the full registration cost of a shared room (a value of $408) and can offer a single room for those who would like to pay the difference ($194). The registration fee covers two nights stay and five meals at The Cove (1 Porters Cove Road, Asheville, North Carolina 28805). Participants will need to cover their transportation fees.
Sheila Wise Rowe holds over 28 years of experience as a Christian counselor, spiritual director, educator, writer and speaker. For a decade, Wise Rowe ministered to homeless and abused women and children in Johannesburg, South Africa. She is a member of the Community Ethics Committee of Harvard Medical School. Wise Rowe is also a graduate of Tufts University and Cambridge College where she obtained her master’s degree in counseling psychology.