Fall 2020 Spiritual Formation Opportunities

In this strange pandemic world, it’s easy to feel as if you are floundering, wandering or simply unrooted in the tumult and challenge. Things feel simultaneously very different, but always the same. How might we lean more fully into God during this time… and all times? Here is a list of Spiritual Formation opportunities for Fall 2020 curated by Becce Bettridge, a licensed spiritual advisor who worships with our congregation.

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CFDM is a Christian ministry offering intentional learning communities in which to explore the soul-shaping experience of God in all of life. We train spiritual directors in the Pacific Northwest, as well as offer spiritual formation opportunities for those interested is “going deeper” with God. and the U.S., to companion others on their journey with God.

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Register by August 31, 2020

Five on-line retreats over a nine-month period. This immersive experience takes place over a span of nine months allowing time to engage with your longing for that something more. Explore the uncertainty of faith, honor your questions, and learn to pay attention to God’s presence and action in all things. Awake to find your full self deeply loved by God, with more freedom to express that love to others. Topics: Role of spiritual practices, scripture, worship, social justice, community, solitude, surrender, simplicity, prayer, etc.

  • Remote retreats monthly via Zoom
  • Christ-centered prayer practices such as lectio divina and examen
  • Interactive sessions with guided group experiences
  • Readings and reflections, from diverse media and materials
  • Monthly group spiritual direction facilitated by a spiritual director.
  • Guests presentations, and on-going staff mentoring

Doorways Ministries seeks to share the gift of Ignatian Spirituality and the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola with those wanting to deepen their relationship with Christ.  Our primary emphasis is to make available: Personal Days of Prayer and Reflection, Three-day Silent Ignatian Retreats, and an online 9-month program based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola.
Days of Prayer

  • September 26, 2020 Day of Prayer
  • November 21, 2020 Advent Day of Prayer

Three Day Guided Retreat

  • October 11-13 Located at St. Andrews House| Union, Washington

Ignatian Spirituality

This program is designed to offer participants a 9-month retreat in daily life
based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius.

Selah Center is a dispersed community of contemplative companions that invites all people to pause and to nurture contemplative living with Jesus, leading to inner freedom and loving service. We intentionally gather for connection and enrichment on a regular basis, and also offer various opportunities that encourage contemplative rhythms of pausing, listening, savoring and responding. These opportunities typically take the shape of retreats, soul care groups, seminars/courses, spiritual direction.

Half Day Retreats

  • Journey Toward Wholeness Friday 9/25 or Sat. 9/26 9:30am-1:30pm
  • Way of the Heart: Becoming Contemplatives of Creation Sat. 10/24 9:30am-11:00am

Sept-May: Living from the Heart 
Living from the Heart offers a transformational learning cohort, an extended community experience that invites you into a unique journey from head to heart, beyond performance, achievement, and rational dependence to receptivity, alertness, and trusting openness toward God.

Renewal Ministries Northwest engages people in spiritual practices leading to deeper relationships with Jesus that refresh their souls, renew their spiritual vitality, and inspire them to participate with Jesus in transforming the world. Through meditation on scripture and guided prayer, followers of Christ are equipped to be attentive to listen for God’s guidance for their lives and ministries resulting in transformed lives and communities.

Adult Discipleship at CKPC

What are the ways in which the people of God are formed? Jesus discipled through teaching, living by example, and above all doing a whole lot of life with his followers. It would be impossible for us to capture on a webpage how discipleship happens at CKPC, but here are some of the programs and offerings we have that begin and facilitate the life of discipleship together.

We as Christians have a mandate to be nonconformists.  We are called to be people of conviction, not conformity; of moral nobility, not social respectability. Every true Christian is a citizen of two worlds, the world of time and the world of eternity. We are, paradoxically, in the world and yet not of the world.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Current Classes Offered

All in person adult education classes are on hiatus due to COVID-19. However, we are offering a class on The World of the New Testament virtually on Monday nights by Zoom (recordings of the class can also be viewed). View the course page.

Archives of Previous Offered Classes

The World of the New Testament | Dr. Jim Davis, Bill Kettenring, and Tyler Kirkpatrick

From Humility into Wholeness: Lenten Journey with the Enneagram | Dr. Joe & Becce Bettridge, Spring 2020

It is difficult to form deep relationships through Sunday morning worship alone. We have a number of Small Groups–some of which have been meeting for years!  If you would like to join a small group, please contact us!

We incorporate the arts into the life of the church in a variety of ways, including an Art Gallery near our Fellowship Hall with rotating exhibitions exploring the intersection of art and theology in church life.

Check out our Visio Divina Gallery from Lent 2020.

Using the resources given to us by God, and motivated by the gospel, the women of CKPC are committed to enriching the community around us!

Women of CKPC is an active group that celebrates fellowship, friendship, and caring for one another.  During any given year you can find us;  celebrating God’s beauty by painting, celebrating God’s love at a Retreat or a Spring Tea, finding bargains at our accessory sale, praying for one another’s surgeries and other life happenings, caring for Monkeys and their Moms at Monkey Mornings, enjoying special speakers, spreading Christmas cheer by caroling, etc.  Through every meeting and outing, friendships are nourished and devotions keep us close to our God!

Men’s Breakfast | Every Saturday at 8am | Fellowship Hall

Bacon, eggs, sausage, steel cut oats and coffee. Come join us for good food and even better conversation as we study scripture together.

Men’s Retreat

We have an annual Men’s Retreat (the last weekend of September) at Stonewater Ranch in Leavenworth, featuring worship, a speaker, fishing, climbing, biking, hiking and all that Leavenworth has to offer!