FOP Staff “Wish List”
We much appreciate our generous donors and supporters! If you’d like to make an in-kind donation but don’t know what we could use, here are a few items for your consideration (new or in good condition, please):
Thank you to our generous donors:
Wood hod (for indoor fireplace)–Thank you JoAnn Huber
Easel for presentations–Thank you Gaye Mazzei
Portable shower stools–Thank you Reverie
Lazy Susan for salad bar–Thank you Knowlan Randza
Wash cloths. white, 13×13, (3 dozen)–Thank you Knowlan Randza
59” cotton double wide hammock – Thank you Knowlan Randza
Solar garden predator control lights (3) – Thank you Knowlan Randza
Immersion blender–Thank you Knowlan Randza
Husqvarna Riding Mower Trailer–Thank you Ken Gowriluk
OXO large salad spinner–Thank you to our donor
3 new CD/tape players. Jensen CD-540 Portable Stereo Compact Disc Cassette Recorder with AM/FM Radio–Thank you to our donor
Food processor–Thank you Macrina Cowan
Binoculars–Thank you Barb and Lin Seder and Paul Rogers
32 Chairs for Bede, stackable. $26.15 each +250 shipping = $1086.80–Thank you Jim Mazzei
Dishes. Add to current set to handle large groups: Corelle–$200–Thank you Reverie
Headphones JVC HARX300 High-Quality Full-Size Headphone (Walmart $16 ea)–Thank you Jon Hart
A donation of all or part of the cost listed is most appreciated. Where brand, size, and other details are indicated, this is what we actually can use, substitutions may not work. Please call and let us know you’re coming before dropping anything off. Thank you for your generosity.
Your donations are tax deductible. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Step 11 helps to create a solid foundation for a peaceful and fulfilled life and to develop a more positive way of thinking, which will better serve you moving forward. A daily spiritual practice can help to promote emotional balance and stability. This weekend retreat provides helpful meditation tools and practices to discern God’s will.
The retreat begins Friday evening, March 10 and concludes on Sunday, March 12. The cost for two nights lodging, all meals, and program is $180 per person for double occupancy cabin and $220 for single occupancy. A $65 deposit holds your space for the weekend.
Registration: Call 918.245.2734 or email email@example.com
Valentine’s Weekend at the Forest
Come and spend the weekend with your beloved at the Forest of Peace! For only $175, you will enjoy one night of lodging in a cozy cabin where you will be greeted by a half-dozen red roses and dark chocolate from Oklahoma’s luxury chocolate maker, Bedre. You’ll also be provided with four delicious meals beginning with the midday meal on Saturday, February 11 and ending with brunch on Sunday, February 12.
There are no sessions to attend or mandatory activities. Just come and relax with your love by the warmth of our fireplace. Of course, you may opt to attend our regular meditation sessions or Sunday morning service. And, you can add massage, reiki, or yoga for additional fees. A $65 deposit holds your space for the weekend. Please register by Friday, February 3rd.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 918.245.2734 to register.
Buddhist Vision and Practice:
Cultivating Wisdom and Compassion
with Ruben Habito
Dr. Ruben Habito, longtime friend and former board member of the Forest of Peace, returns February 3-5 for this retreat. Ruben will engage you with his storytelling style as you learn about the principles of Buddhism with concrete examples. Ruben will introduce you to Buddhist experience in its historical unity and the variety of traditions that reflect its essence.
The retreat begins on Friday, February 3 with supper at 6:00 p.m. and concludes on Sunday, February 5 at 1:00 p.m.
$235 per person for a double occupancy cabin
$295 for a single occupancy cabin
$80 for commuters (includes Saturday and Sunday mid-day meals and breaks)
$40 for Saturday-only commuters (includes mid-day meal and breaks)
Ruben L.F. Habito is professor of world religions and spirituality at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University. He is the resident teacher at the Maria Kannon Zen Center in Dallas, Texas.
This retreat is funded, in part, by a generous grant from the Trust for the Meditation Process.
Registration: Email email@example.com or call 918.245.2734 and send a $65 nonrefundable deposit to hold your spot.
This yoga series will help to kindle trust for the body’s intelligence, encouraging a practice rooted in self-awareness and self-care. It will consist of physical yoga postures, breathing exercises and relaxation techniques for integrating body, mind and spirit.
These classes will teach you the basics of yoga and will help you:
Please join Sheila Lazier as she offers this moving meditation to create a heart-centered yoga practice for beginners or anyone wishing to revitalize their practice. Modifications are offered throughout, making these classes accessible to every body.
Sheila has been practicing yoga for 16 years and has her 200-hour yoga-teacher certification from Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. She is a registered Yoga Alliance teacher, and has a M.S. in Adult Education.
If you’d like to stay and walk the labyrinth, hike the trails or join us for a meal afterwards, please let us know. We serve dinner at 12:30pm.
Wednesdays, 8:30am, January 4 – February 8
Fridays, 8:30am, January 6 – February 10
We encourage you to sign up for one of the packages so that you commit to a regular practice and save money!
Wednesday 6-class package: $60–One Session Free
Friday 6-class package: $60–One Session Free
Wednesday + Friday 12-class package: $110–Save $34
$12 per class (drop-in)
Registration: Please call 918/245-2734 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register. If you sign up for a series, payment is due at the first class.
What to bring: Yourself and a friend. We provide yoga mats, blocks and straps, or feel free to bring your own.