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The primary activity for this retreat is each person's presentation of their Odyssey. Following the presentations, participants will reflect on their Odyssey writing experience and begin to consider their list of "things I don't want to leave undone."
Read the plans for the entire weekend retreat. Where there are options, select the best one for your High Hill group. Here are some additional ideas for creating a celebratory atmosphere:
Plan the Odyssey presentation schedule. Each participant will need 45 minutes to present, and a half hour for questions. Additionally, plan 15-minute intervals between presentations, so there is ample time to clear the space and set it up for the next presentation. Schedule the mealtimes, worship services, breaks, and post-Odyssey activities, then prepare an agenda to post.
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Last updated on Saturday, December 10, 2011.
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