Spiritual Formation
for Kingdom Action®

Retreats for individuals and groups in every season & stage of their spiritual journey

An ancient spiritual discipline offering a listening, prayerful presence to another while journeying and listening together with God

Being the ongoing presence of God in the world through union with Christ and the power of the Spirit

Common Good Things

A business and ministry of Coracle that offers thoughtfully-conceived products that are crafted with love and made in a way that upholds our hope for the “common good”

Communities in Northern Virginia, Baltimore, and the Shenandoah Valley that meet regularly to practice spiritual disciplines & the rhythms of prayer

Loving God by caring for his creation & integrating this care into retreats at Corhaven as well as offering educational experiences in stewardship of the earth

A collection of writings from the Coracle community

A Day to Celebrate Juneteenth

An immense thank you to the twelve adults and nine children who gathered at Corhaven Graveyard— where two-dozen African Americans, enslaved in life / freed in death, are buried— to tangibly celebrate Juneteenth on Saturday. These community members listened to a...

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A Decade at Corhaven!

On August 15, 2009, in response to that gentle and clear invitation from God, Tara and I moved from the inner-city of DC to what would come be called Corhaven, meaning ‘rest for the heart’ and ‘a safe place for the soul’.  Almost 10 years later, it’s been that thin...

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An historic burial ground for African-Americans that remembers and honors the deceased and helps cultivate opportunities that look to the future with hope, peace, and justice for all people

Common Good Things

A business and ministry of Coracle that offers thoughtfully-conceived products that are crafted with love and made in a way that upholds our hope for the “common good”

A program that seeks to bring racial healing in the US by offering “An American Lent,” a 50-day online tool aimed at helping participants begin to really RECOGNIZE the persistent legacy of slavery, REPENT with sorrow, and RESPOND meaningfully, in the context of RELATIONSHIPS