Mental models and sustainable ministry strategies in a time of multi-level stress and change

For Clergy

Rev. Tandi Rogers and Rev. Jake Morrill
In-person at Seabeck Conference Center in the beautiful Pacific Northwest
October 17 – 20, 2023


  • $1125 Registration (closes Friday, October 6, 2023)

Space is limited! 

The fee includes four days immersed in woods and mountains, lodging, meals, workshops, coaching, spiritual direction, and transportation from/to Seatac Airport.   

Are you …

…getting ready for sabbatical and want a launch pad? Or wanting to make sense of sabbatical and get an integration plan?

…incredibly burned out and in need of a blanket fort to rest and remember?

…working on some new ideas and need time and support to just finish writing?

…fantasizing about reading your study-leave stack on a porch where ideas are popping and the snacks are provided?  

Join Jake Morrill and Tandi Rogers at Seabeck, nestled in the Olympic Mountains on the Hood Canal.  

  • Small group worship
  • Processing through multimedia means
  • Individual and small group coaching with Jake
  • Individual and small group spiritual direction with Tandi
  • Lovely meals that you don’t have to prepare (or clean up)
  • Barn swallows that swoop your feet as you move across an open field
  • Forests that welcome your exploration
  • Sunrises and sunsets that take your breath away
  • Time with colleagues gathered together for many of the same reasons as you   

Learning Outcomes

  • (Re)alignment of values, intentions, and life (personal and/or professional)     
  • Refuel with spiritual imagination and courage       
  • Spacious time to get creative juices flowing again 
  • Integrate recent experiences guided by capable facilitators  

Jake Morrill is the founder and lead coach of Generation to Generation, a leadership and consulting firm that aids clergy and non-profit leaders to unlock patterns and move toward ease and alignment. He is on the faculty of the Bowen Center for the Study of Family and the Bowen Theory Education Center. He maintains his license in Marriage and Family Therapy in the State of Tennessee and previously led the Unitarian Universality Church of Oak Ridge (Tennessee) for 19 years.  

Rev. Tandi Rogers directs the Spiritual Direction Program at Meadville Lombard. She is known for her creative reframing, sparky questions, and love for collaboration. She has served the Unitarian Universalist Association in various roles since 2002, most recently concluding three years as Learning Strategist and four years as Congregational Life staff.