“There is no deep knowing of God without deep knowing of self.” – Augustine
The Enneagram is not just another “personality test” but a tool for transformation and self- understanding. It helps us look at the preferred pattern of living we have developed showing us both its gifts and growth points. The goal is not to just determine one’s type but to grow into a healthy, integrated, transformed person. As we become more self-aware, we learn better how to interact with each other to enhance our relationships.
8:30am Coffee & Refreshments • 9am Workshop Begins
$20 Early Bird Tickets until December 31
$25 thru January 26
$30 Day-of (space permitting)
Scholarships are available by contacting Rich at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop will include an overview of what the Enneagram is and a brief introduction to all nine types. Each participant will have the opportunity to “try on” different types and see which they most identify with. We will spend time looking at the test results, interpreting the data, responding to questions, and exploring some next steps. We will address questions such as, “So what? What difference does my self-awareness make?” “What does this mean for me, my personal growth, my relationships with others?” “How does this speak to my spirituality?” “How does this affect group dynamics?”
Pre-workshop assignment: we will email you an online questionnaire that should take no more than 30 minutes to complete
About the Facilitator
Carol Lawson recently retired from serving 19 years for the Evangelical Covenant Church with the Develop Leaders Mission Priority. She holds a Master of Arts in Christian Education, a certificate in Spiritual Direction, and is Ordained to Word and Service in the ECC. As a trained Enneagram facilitator, she has done numerous workshops around the country for a variety of groups for over a decade. She has been married to Bruce for 45 years and has two adult children and two grandchildren.