Hospitality is about offering our hearts. It is being present to another. It does not need a table, food, or particular place. It is taking time and giving intention. Hospitality can be spontaneous and anywhere, on the street, in a store, and on Zoom. We Brothers are offering a series of online programs to nurture and sustain faith. Please take a look through each of our programs below and watch for further offerings this winter and beyond.
We are delighted to announce expanded openings for individual retreats at the Monastery in Cambridge. We ask that all guests be vaccinated and boosted to stay in our home. The following dates are available for retreat:
June 28-July 3
July 12-17 (Waitlist)
July 19-24 (Waitlist)
Your request will be processed, and you will be notified by email if your request is confirmed. Please do not make travel arrangements until then. If you are interested in a retreat later in 2022 or 2023 please check back in July.
Emery House remains closed to guests and we do not have a date yet for reopening to the public.
We look forward to hosting you soon!
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Many of us spend time and energy seeking the “glittering” things we think will make us happy, only to find that deep joy and peace and love have eluded us. Br. David Vryhof invites us to discover the “freedom of the children of God” (Romans 8:21) that comes when we ground our identity in God, rather than in those things that the world counts most valuable.Read More and Register
The platform Teachable will be the central point for videos, materials, and resources for this learning series as we’ll get out of our often too-serious and word-filled heads, move, create and see, imagine, and linger with God.
Go through the lessons at your own pace.Read More and Register
Listen to this audio series from Br. Curtis Almquist which follows Saint Paul’s names for “the fruit of the Spirit”: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, humility, and self-control. Optionally, there is an online space to reflect with others listeners.
This eight-week retreat and course of study will provide an overview of the Gospel of John and introduce participants to its major themes. The Fourth Gospel is at the heart of the “Johannine spirituality” lived by the Brothers of the Society of St John the Evangelist. It is a spirituality of love and intimacy, of…Read More and Register
The Prayer I Need This Day After the last year in which churches around the world have been closed and congregations scattered, the SSJE Brothers invite you to “Come, Pray.” Join us in the receiving the daily gift of prayer – at home or wherever you find yourself. Across the weeks of Lent, listen in as…Read More and Register