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Graymoor Spiritual Life Center

Ecumenical

Since they opened their Spiritual Life Center at Graymoor in 1970, the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement have offered people of many different religious traditions and all walks of life
an opportunity to slow down and encounter the Spirit in their lives.

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Graymoor Spiritual Life Center
Graymoor, Garrison, New York

The GRAYMOOR SPIRITUAL LIFE CENTER offers a year-round schedule of weekend, weekday, and evening retreats and programs designed for both groups and individuals, including married couples, seniors, young adults, clergy, and men and women in recovery.

The Graymoor Spiritual Life Center is a ministry of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement, a Roman Catholic religious community dedicated to the reconciliation, or at-one-ment, of people with themselves, each other, and God. The Center sponsors and hosts many retreats, conferences, days of renewal and recollection, pilgrimages, meetings and other events.

The Center has 56 guest rooms that can accommodate up to 112 people; seated dining for as many as 300; and both meeting and chapel space for up to 650.

The Center also hosts meetings, conferences, and days of renewal for parish and church groups, high school and college students, and denominational and interreligious organizations. It provides chapel space, meeting rooms, dining facilities, and overnight accommodations.

The Center is also the location for weekly holy hours and Centering Prayer experiences and regular AA, NA, Alanon, and Recovery, Inc., meetings.

The Graymoor Spiritual Life Center is located at 1320 Route 9 in Garrison, NY, five miles north of Peekskill, NY, and 13 miles south of I-84. Take MetroNorth's Hudson River Line from Grand Central (or 125th Street) to Peekskill, taxi from Peekskill to Graymoor. Driving Directions >>

View our Online 2016 Retreat Schedule

UPCOMING RETREATS
Fri. Jan. 29-Sun. Jan 31
MATT TALBOT MEN

A retreat that brings alcoholic men in recovery together to share in prayer and reflection and to further open the spiritual path to recovery. The retreat is based upon the spirituality of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Feb 17, 24 & Mar 2, 9, 16
PARABLES OF MERCY

During this Holy Year of Mercy, come join Fr. Peter Taran, SA for a special series on the Parables of Mercy. This series will be offered Wednesdays at 7:00 pm during Lent. (Feb 17, 24 & Mar 2, 9, 16) Fr Peter will lead participants through a study and reflection on the parables in which Jesus displays the mercy of God. Series cost $30 Individual talk $10
Refreshments will be offered. Flyer >>

Fri. Feb. 19-Sun. Feb. 21
S.O.A.R.

(Surviving Our Alcoholic Relationships)
Designed for those in an alcoholic relationship, this weekend will focus on spirituality and the Al-Anon program.
Fri. Mar. 11 - Sun. Mar. 13
DAN EGAN RETREAT
Getting its name from the "Junkie Priest", the late Father Dan Egan SA, this retreat is a spiritual weekend for men and women recovering from drug addiction. Flyer >>
Tue. Mar. 15 - Fri. Mar. 18
SENIORS IN RECOVERY

This NEW midweek retreat is for those that have been in recovery for many years and are looking for something in their senior years that will add to their spiritual path of recovery

Fri. Mar. 18-Sun. Mar. 20
MATT TALBOT MEN

A retreat that brings alcoholic men in recovery together to share in prayer and reflection and to further open the spiritual path to recovery. The retreat is based upon the spirituality of Alcoholics Anonymous.

 

2016 RETREAT INFORMATION AND HELPFUL LINKS:

Pre-Register For a Retreat Online

View our Online 2016 Retreat Schedule

View / Print a PDF Copy of the 2016 Retreat Schedule

2016 Recovery Retreats PDF

Upcoming Graymoor Spiritual Life Center Events


For more information about the Graymoor Spiritual Life Center and its programs and availability, call (845) 424-3671 Ext. 2111, email GraymoorCenter@AtonementFriars.org.


Christian Unity and the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement

Early in the life of the new Episcopalian community call the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement, Father Paul Wattson, the founder, was committed to the ministry of "at-one-ment," that is, prayer and work for the reconciliation of Christians and their churches, making them at-one. As far as he was concerned, the members of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement would pray and work for the fulfillment of Jesus' prayer that all may be one so that the world may believe. Christian Unity and Christian Mission would go hand in hand, thus forming the goal of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement.

The Friars of the Atonement Ecumenical Ministries:

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Since 1966, the Faith and Order Commission of the World Council of Churches and the Vatican Secretariat (now Council) for Promoting Christian Unity began collaborating on a common international text for worldwide usage. Since 1968 these international texts, which are based on themes proposed by ecumenical groups around the world, have been developed, adapted and published for use in the United States by the Graymoor Ecumenical and Interreligious Institute.
Learn more...

The Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute
The Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute, a ministry of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement, is an information and service organization serving primarily, but not exclusively, the Roman Catholic Church in the United States in its mission of Christian Unity and interreligious dialogue. Learn more...

Ecumenical Unity Research
The Centro Pro Unione, founded and directed by the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement, is an ecumenical research and action center. Its purpose is to give space for dialogue, to be a place for study, research, and formation in ecumenism: theological, pastoral, social, and spiritual.
Learn more...

Paul Wattson Lectures
The Paul Wattson Lectures honor the memory of the Rev. Paul James Francis Wattson, SA (1863–1940), founder of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement and pioneer for the cause of Christian Unity. The lectures annually feature national and international leaders in the fields of ecumenism and interreligious dialogue to speak on current topics of interest. Learn more...



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