Introduction to Jubilee Farm with Sister Rose Marie Riley, OP
Presentation & ReflectionFalling in Love with Earth with Sister Sharon
Time outside and group sharing with Sister Sharon Zayac, OP
Spirituality and Sustainability with Food with Sister Anita Cleary, OP Experience what makes a healthy snack and why some types of snacks are more Earth-friendly and have a deeper connection to something more important. Sister Anita Cleary will share her recipes that will make you fall in love with Earth a little more.
2:50 p.m.; 30 minute session 1:
Herbs & Companion Planting with Sister Suzanne Donner, OP
2:50 p.m.; 30 minute session 2:
Woodworking with Sister Margaret Therese Hebert, OP
Closing Prayer with Sister Rose Marie Riley, OP
Jubilee Farm | 6760 Old Jacksonville Road
(3.8 Miles West of Veterans Parkway) www.jubileefarm.info | 217-787-6927
Suggestion donation of $5 to assist with the cost of materials and food.
Limited space! Registration received after February 20 will be on a waiting list. We will contact you when a space becomes available.
We cannot save what we do not love. We cannot love what we do not know. Give yourself the gift of a morning for reflective input, quiet time, and journaling to ponder the beauties of creation and the manifold gifts that abound everywhere we look.
Speaker: Sister Sharon Zayac, OP
Saturday, October 19, 2019
Sycamore, Creative Arts Center
10:00 am – 12:00 noon
Sharon Zayac, OP, a Dominican from Springfield, IL, has degrees in secondary education, hospital administration and Earth Literacy. Sharon is co-founder of Jubilee Farm, her congregation’s 164-acre center for ecology and spirituality. She writes, lectures, and gives retreats in and outside the U.S. She speaks on any number of ecological topics, but her passion is sharing the Cosmic Creation Story and its implications for life and faith.
To register contact: Jubilee Farm, 217-787-6927
6760 Old Jacksonville Road
3.5 miles west of Veteran’s Parkway