Midwives to a New Creation Retreat

Special retreat this Fall at the Vallombrosa Retreat Center in Menlo Park, California

You are invited!  Please join your Urantian sisters at a special retreat this Fall at the Vallombrosa Retreat Center in Menlo Park, California.  Dolores Nice has reserved this lovely space for us, and its should be gorgeous in late October.

We have chosen the theme “Midwives to a New Creation” because we have become enchanted with the concept of spiritual midwivery.  How do we help bring a new way of being, of interacting, of living to a planet that is so deeply troubled as ours?  How do we bring new understanding of the divine feminine into common awareness?  How do we let our beloved Mother Spirit and her angels guide us and influence our daily lives?  How do we help create the balance and harmony between masculine and feminine on Urantia?


Registration includes the program materials, two nights accommodations, and six meals: Friday night dinner, three meals Saturday, and Sunday breakfast and lunch). Please note that the retreat center can adapt for eight  food allergies or sensitivities; indicate these on your registration form.

The closest airports are San Francisco or San Jose.  Super Shuttle from those airports typically run about $25.  Oakland is also a possibility, but its farther away from Menlo Park.

The retreat is sponsored by the Golden Gate Circle Society, an affiliate of The Fellowship.  Our legal name is still the San Francisco Bay Area Urantia Society, so please use SFBA Urantia Society on your check.  

With your registration form, please send the full amount ($260 for shared rooms, $290 for a double) or a deposit of $130 to hold your space.   Final payment will be due October 1st; our wonderful treasurer, Claudia Ayers, will remind you.


Questions?  Please call me at (925) 984-9799 or Dolores at (650) 369-6803 for information.

We look forward to praying, singing, worshiping, studying, laughing and feasting with you!
Michelle Klimesh

for the Golden Gate Circle Women’s Corps

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