Reserve Your Spiritual Direction Session
At Oasis Spiritual Direction & Retreat Center my work includes traditional one-on-one spiritual direction, counseling or coaching, as well as group work. I work with Christians, seekers and people with no faith affiliation.
Spiritual accompaniment occurs monthly for 50-minute sessions in person, through zoom, facetime or by telephone. For those needing additional support, I am available to meet bi-monthly.
Fees for spiritual direction will be discussed after the introductory visit. A sliding scale fee is available for those experiencing financial hardship.
Contact me directly to reserve your session or to receive additional information.
Rev. Virginia Coakley
Retreats & Workshops
Rev. Virginia is available to present at retreats, workshops and conferences. An initial meeting is required to plan the retreat's focus or theme and to determine fees.
Speaking Topics include but are not limited to:
Building Diversity and Inclusion
How to fight racism
Leadership or Leadership Development
New Beginnings Church Assessment
Finding Calm in the Midst of Chaos
Quieting the Soul
Rest and Renewal
Following the Good
Finding God's Grace
Digging Deeper in the Scriptures
Grief and Loss
Let's Talk About This
"Spiritual direction is, in reality, nothing more than a way of leading us to see and obey the real Director — the Holy Spirit hidden in the depths of our soul."
Thomas Merton, Trappist monk, USA
"Spiritual direction can mean different things to different people. Some people understand it to be the art of listening carried out in the context of a trusting relationship. It is when one person is trained to be a competent guide who then “companions” another person, listening to that person's life story with an ear for the movement of the Holy, of the Divine."
Rev. Jeffrey S. Gaines, Presbyterian, USA
"Spiritual direction is essentially companioning someone in his or her spiritual life. Other ways of describing spiritual direction include holy listening, spiritual friendship, sacred journeying."
Janna Larson, Roman Catholic, USA