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Register Now for November Wisdom School at Rock Point

Updated: Sep 19, 2018

Update: This article has been updated recently with a link to the online registration form.

Vermont’s second Wisdom School offered by the Rock Point Intentional Community (RPIC) is coming in November. Register now to save a place! From mid-afternoon Thursday, November 1, until mid-afternoon Sunday, November 4, participants will gather at Bishop Booth Conference Center, 20 Rock Point Road, Burlington, VT, for this extraordinary event. This is the second introductory Wisdom School hosted by RPIC. The event will feature some new material and will include periods of teaching, chanting, meditation, lectio divina, body movement, and conscious work.

Link to online registration form:

Introducing Marcella Kraybill-Greggo

Marcella Kraybill-Greggo will lead/co-facilitate the Wisdom School with members of the Rock Point Wisdom School. Kraybill-Greggo is a teacher, spiritual director, and dynamic participant in the wisdom school community, and she serves as vice-president of the governing board of Northeast Wisdom.

Kraybill-Greggo spent her early years in Tanzania as a child of medical missionaries. Today she lives in Bethlehem, PA, with her husband and nine-year-old daughter. Kraybill-Greggo also serves as co-director of the Spiritual Direction Graduate Certificate Program at Moravian Theological Seminary as well as clinical director for Moravian’s Master of Arts degree program in Clinical Counseling. Kraybill-Greggo holds a Master’s degree in Social Work along with a certificate in Spiritual Direction.


The retreat costs are as follows:

Single room (as available) $420 Shared room $330 Commuter $240

Costs include lodging/meeting space, all nine meals (we got rave reviews from our first Wisdom School!), program costs and honoraria. Limited scholarship aid will be available.

A 50% deposit will be required upon registration, which is nonrefundable unless RPIC is able to fill a canceled space.

Learn More

To learn more about RPIC Wisdom Schools and Wisdom Circles, read the following articles, which can be found on the RPIC web page (

  • What is Wisdom?

  • What is a Wisdom School? And Why?

  • What is a Wisdom Circle?

If you have any additional questions about this event, please contact Michael Hechmer at



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