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The Lodge of the Fishermen

Location:4415 Boonsboro Rd., Lynchburg, Virginia

Upcoming events

  • Sunday, December 16 9:00 am - Sunday, December 16 10:30 am

    The School for Servant Leadership is held each Sunday morning in the lodge.

    On December 2, our School for Servant Leadership will start Anam Cara, A Book of Celtic Wisdom, by John O’Donohue. A lot of us have this book, but just in case you don’t, we’ll have copies from Given’s Books available for purchase in the Lodge library.

    Our approach to interacting with the material that we read together may be a little different than what you’ve experienced before. We take whatever time we need to go through the book thoroughly, rather than hurry through it based on some predetermined schedule. We do so in the hope that we will fully connect with the authors message and glean that which is most valuable for us to carry with us on that part of our journey that lays ahead. We read, we discuss, we share, and honor what is written, and one another. You’ve heard the old adage that “life is a journey, not a destination”, well, those of us who have experienced this before, feel like this experience is in harmony with that wisdom.

    Our process works best in small groups. If our numbers turn out to be too many, we may need to form more than one group.
    We meet from 9:00–10:30 in the Lodge of the Fisherman on Sunday mornings. Join us if this resonates with you.

  • Sunday, December 16 7:00 pm - Sunday, December 16 8:15 pm

    All are invited to join together for a time of singing familiar Christmas Carols. Bring a snack to share and your favorite Christmas song(s) for us to sing. Apple Cider will be provided! Bring a snack to share and your favorite Christmas song(s) for us to sing. Apple Cider will be provided!

  • Sunday, December 16 7:00 pm - Sunday, December 16 8:30 pm

    Members hear a short presentation, hold a discussion, and have a time of meditation. All are welcome.

  • Tuesday, December 18 2:00 pm - Tuesday, December 18 3:15 pm

    Larry Farmer hosts a time of poetry reading. All are invited. Bring poems of your own, or other poems you like.