Mon, May 24 | Zoom

A New Song to Sing: Breast Cancer as Journey of Spirit

A FREE introduction to what the 7-week New Song to Sing journey will hold. Women with all types of cancer may find this helpful! I Series starts June 7th
Registration is Closed
A New Song to Sing: Breast Cancer as Journey of Spirit

Time & Location

May 24, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT

About the Event

Join Facilitator Jeannie Bowman for a free information session and taste of what the New Song to Sing journey will hold. She will answer questions and share insights from previous groups.

The current pandemic has only increased the potential isolation that cancer survivors feel. Since “in person” gatherings which often lend support and insight are challenging, survivor and spiritual director Jeannie Bowman is offering an opportunity for women to gather via a Zoom group for 7 sessions using the acclaimed workbook “A New Song to Sing: Breast Cancer as Journey of Spirit” by Rev. Linda C. Loving. Women with cancer – whether long time survivors or recently diagnosed – are invited to register for the group;  women around the country have found wisdom, encouragement, and “a new song to sing” by sharing together in the workbook exercises to:  

- claim their own truth and seek spiritual depth

- share their own stories, concerns, resources, and wisdom.


Women with all types of cancer may find this helpful! And all faith traditions/seekers will feel at home in the friendship created by this shared experience.

Jeannie Bowman is a wife, a mother, a contemplative -- happily living in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Her background includes Quaker educator, practice as spiritual companion, worship and retreat leader, and spiritual formation teacher. She is a graduate of the Hesychia School of Spiritual Direction, Tucson, AZ.   Prayer, scripture studies, Quaker clearance committees, liturgy, and sacred music have developed her heart for holy listening and discernment of the Spirit at work in herself and in the lives of those with whom she is engaged in spiritual direction experiences.  Journaling is a part of her daily spiritual discipline.   She is a member of Spiritual Directors International, an Elder in the Presbyterian Church (PCUSA), enjoys facilitating cancer support workshop A New Song to Sing (Linda L. Loving), is a Ghost Ranch faculty member, and an avid handbell ringer.  When she is not teaching, singing or ringing, you will likely find her walking a familiar trail, working in her garden, or having tea with a friend.

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For information on the book and author Linda Loving visit:  

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