Intensive Journal: Life Context (Part 1) Workshop In person
Led by Kate Scholl
This workshop is offered in collaboration with St Andrew's Uniting Church, Glenbrook.
Workshop dates are
Friday and Saturday 19 - 20 April
9:30 am-5 pm both days
St Andrew's Uniting Church, 7 Green Street, Glenbrook
The church is a short walk from Glenbrook station* (see note below) and there is street parking available.
What would you like your life to be?
Cost: $180 or $160 for Eremos and Glenbrook and Blue Mountains UCA members.
Early bird discount of $20 off all bookings made by 25 March. Bookings close 17 April or when workshop is full.
$20 discount for previous participants who have the Intensive Journal workbook or people who have attended an Introductory workshop in the past 12 months.
If bookings have closed, contact Kate at firstname.lastname@example.org
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We welcome people of all backgrounds and life circumstances. Funds are available to offer reduced fees on all events and retreats for those who would otherwise be excluded from attending. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire.
Travelling by train:
A local resident advises that you ignore the Google maps route from Glenbrook Railway station walking to the church. A simpler route is to get off the train and come up the stairs or use the lift to street level and you're in Burfitt Parade, cross over the road to Ross St, walk up Ross St right into Park St and round the corner to the church.
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