53 Mill Street, Westfield, MA 01085 • 413.562.3627
Date:October 16th-18th, 2020.

Begins Friday, Oct 16, at 7 pm, and ends Sunday, Oct 18, at 12 noon


During this weekend online retreat, we will look back at our journey as European-Americans and African-Americans, consider current events and explore ways that each of us can be a light of God’s love, bringing about racial healing in the United States.

We will use a combination of:

  • Bible passages
  • Artwork
  • Music
  • Testimonies
  • Historical accounts
  • Prayers
  • Reflection questions
  • Small-group discussions

While the complexity of racism and racial injustice can seem overwhelming, Andrea will lead us in realistic but hope-filled sessions, helping us to appreciate how much change has taken place, and giving us tangible ways to continue to make a difference. Throughout the retreat, we will offer prayers of gratitude and call upon God to cleanse us, heal us, guide us and unify us, the US of A. 

This gathering will take place in 6 one-hour-long Zoom sessions with time for individual prayer and opportunities to share in small groups.

Please note: registrations received after 12noon on Friday, 10/16 may not be processed in time to attend this Zoom retreat.

Leader: Andrea J. Weaver


Andrea is Founder & Executive Director of Bridges Together, Inc., the globally recognized organization dedicated to empowering leaders to connect generations. She delivers dynamic trainings and presentations to hundreds every year – helping people understand why we need to unite older adults and youth as well as how to do so effectively.



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Do What I Can
If I can stop one heart from breaking,
I shall not live in vain: If I can ease one life the aching, Or cool one pain,
Or help one fainting robin Unto his nest again, I shall not live in vain.
— Emily Dickinson