|with Sue Sutherland-Hanson|
We in the 21st century are lucky to have access to the four short dialogues included in The Gospel of Mary Magdalene.
Though incomplete, this little power house of spiritual wisdom reveals artful unity of form and function to lead us on an inward journey toward freedom.
Join Sue Sutherland-Hanson for a time of teaching, discussion, contemplative reading, and creative modes of exploring what the text has to offer each of us.
Sue Sutherland-Hanson, MAT, MDiv has spent her life teaching at the college level for nearly 30 years.
In 2005, she returned to school earning her Masters of Divinity at Earlham School of Religion where she focused particular interest on transformational spirituality, the body and spirituality, creative interaction with sacred texts, women of the Bible, and interfaith dialogue.
She continues to teach at Edmonds Community College and also preaches by invitation and facilitates retreats and workshops on topics such as Celtic spirituality, spiritual autobiography, modes of creativity, mindful Sabbath, labyrinths and more.
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