The Centurion Project retreat will focus on addressing post-traumatic stress, combat operational stress, and moral injury.
The four-day retreat will seek to build community and bring spiritual and emotional healing through prayer and worship, as well as offering times for refreshing solitude and warm fellowship.
The chaplaincy is keenly aware of the extraordinary sacrifices made by members of the armed forces, as well as police officers, fire fighters, emergency medical technicians and their families. Many carry heavy burdens as a result of their sacrificial service to their country and local communities.
The retreat will be at Epworth by the Sea on Saint Simon’s Island, GA, which is one hour north of the Jacksonville International Airport, Jacksonville, FL. The retreat is offered at no cost to the participants, though they will need to arrange their own transportation.
To register, click here or visit http://anglicanchaplains.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/THE-Master-Centurion-FLYER1.pdf for more information.
To learn more about the work of the Jurisdiction of the Armed Force and Chaplaincy of the Anglican Church in North America, visit http://anglicanchaplains.org.