God as Maker Day Retreat

God as Maker

Exploring the Divine Feminine Through the Fiber Arts

Knitting, Spinning and Weaving are creative pathways that are traditionally feminine. God is said to have "knit us in our mother's womb" (Ps. 139). Yet, we so often overlook the feminine aspects of God. We will explore the Fiber Arts as a deeply contemplative pathway to open up our own creative hearts and connect with the Divine Feminine. 

​This session will explore the expression of the Divine Feminine through the Fiber Arts across different cultures. We will engage our creativity through a hands on knitting project. We will explore the peace and beauty of the contemplative acts of knitting, spinning and weaving.
Led by  Angela  Uliana-Murphy



Saturday, January 18, 2020

Elizabethtown Church of the Brethren
777 South Mount Joy St
Elizabethtown, PA  17022


9:30 am - 3:30 pm


$65 - $85, as you are able.  Please bring a bagged lunch.

​​Participants are encouraged to bring their own fiber arts project. Instruction in a knitting project will be part of the program. Yarn and needle requirements will be provided at registration. 

Note: There will be an option to pay a $15 materials fee which will include knitting needles and yarn to complete the project for the day for those who do not wish to bring their own.
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or call 717-737-8222

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Leader for this Event

Angela is a spiritual director and graduate of the Oasis SDSG program in 2018. She is a member of the 2019 cohort of Richard Rohr's Living School. Angela is a special education lawyer who works with children with disabilities and their families. She is a passionate fiber artist who knits, spins and weaves. Angela also has a small ministry called Magdalene's Blessing dedicated to exploring contemplative practices and engaging people in developing a transformational relationship with all aspects of the Divine, especially the Divine Feminine.