“My call is to listen to and tell faith stories, and I’m grateful for the ways offering retreats and quiet days allows me to live into this calling.”Lisa B. Hamilton
Attend a Retreat or Quiet Day led by The Rev. Lisa B. Hamilton and you may bake bread, explore medieval art, or discuss a short story by Flannery O’Connor. Whether the retreat is based an event like the Annunciation or on a medieval mystic like Hildegard of Bingen or Julian of Norwich, or on the spirituality of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, you’ll get to know God and yourself a little better– and leave feeling spiritually refreshed.
Lisa has ministered in parishes, hospices, hospitals, an elementary school and the Episcopal Church Center. Known for her creativity in the pulpit, she has preached at churches of various denominations across the country, as well as in England and New Zealand. Lisa is a spirituality faculty member of the CREDO Institute.
A writer, media producer and an Episcopal priest, Lisa’s three books are Wisdom From the Middle Ages for Middle-Aged Women, Prayers to the God of My Life: Psalms for Morning and Evening, and For Those We Love But See No Longer: Daily Offices for Times of Grief. Her articles have appeared in The Christian Century, Episcopal Life, Spirituality & Health, Journal of Biblical Storytelling, Redbook, Family Circle and Women Alive as well as on numerous websites, including www.explorefaith.org. Lisa sometimes incorporates DVDs from the spiritual biography series she wrote and directed, Pioneers of the Spirit, during retreats and quiet days. Subjects include Augustine of Hippo, Hildegard of Bingen, Dante, Julian of Norwich, Ignatius of Loyola and William Blake. Lisa has written, produced and promoted for a variety of media, including CBS, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, NPR, Episcopal Life Media, and Trinity Wall Street.
Lisa holds degrees from DePauw, Indiana and Yale Universities.
Contact Lisa at Lisa@LisaBHamilton.com