Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Live in an Intentional Community

Interested in intentional community and spiritual growth?

Please consider applying for Still Harbor’s Spiritual Accompaniment & Interior Life (SAIL) Program, an intentional living and learning opportunity, within Still Harbor’s spiritual community in South Boston.

This residential program is based on a dynamic integration of spiritual formation and discernment, community, and community action for those committed to personal growth and social transformation.

Spiritual Formation
Explore your connection and relationship to self, other, and the sacred through monthly individual one-on-one spiritual direction, group sessions, retreats, & other programming.

Nurture life-changing relationships and co-create programming with your fellow community members in residence at Still Harbor’s Center for Discernment & Action—offering private rooms with shared bathrooms close to the Red Line in South Boston and three-stops to downtown.

Cultivate broader community and hospitality at the Center, engage in service with affiliated social justice organizations, and discern your own call to service in the world.

Past residents have included activists, artists, and divinity & graduate students of all ages. Please apply today, or consider sharing this email and program with a friend who might be interested.

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Program Dates
Move-in: September 1.
Move-out: May 31. Summer residence in 2015, if available.

Weekend Retreats
Opening Retreat:
September 5 – 9, 2014
Mid-Year Retreat:
January 17, 2015
Closing Retreat:
May 29 – 31, 2015

Group Sessions
Tuesdays 5:30 – 8 pm (some breaks for holidays)

Program Cost
$675/month, includes retreats, housing.

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Online applications accepted on a rolling basis.
Final Deadline: August 1.

Contact IJDH

Institute for Justice & Democracy In Haiti
867 Boylston Street, 5th Floor
Boston, MA 02116

Telephone: (857)-201-0991
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