Workshops & Retreats


Patricia Lane

Patricia Lane is a quilter, spiritual director, and retired high school teacher. She’s been sewing all of her life, having explored Amish quilts in Pennsylvania, Celtic patterns in Ireland, island designs in Hawaii and Aboriginal

Belden Lane

Belden Lane is a Presbyterian minister and Professor Emeritus of Theological Studies at Saint Louis University. His books include Backpacking with the Saints: Wilderness Hiking as Spiritual Practice, The Solace of Fierce Landscapes: Exploring Desert and Mountain Spirituality, and

Steve Wikviya LaRance

Steve Wikviya LaRance is an acclaimed artist of Hopi descent. He has studied at the Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe NM. He has exhibited his work and won numerous awards at some of

Linda Larkin

Linda Larkin maintains an active harp studio in Santa Fe, where she composes, performs and teaches harp. As founding director of High Desert Harps, she produced a CD with that group and has published numerous works

Randee Lawrence

Randee Lipson Lawrence Ed.D. is a professor of adult education at National Louis University in Chicago and an avid nature photographer. Her work is deeply inspired by the paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe and the spirit

Melanie LeGendre

Melanie Thomson LeGendre is an acrylic artist and muralist with 22 years of professional painting experience. She earned her undergraduate degree in design and illustration at ENMU. Her paintings hang in many prominent homes and

Marianne Ryer Lewis

Marianne Lewis is a seasoned student of desert spirituality and has lived in Northern New Mexico almost 30 years, where she is active in ecumenical and interfaith work. She was instrumental in opening Casa del

Thaddeus Liebert

Thaddeus Liebert received his Master’s in Public Archaeology in 2016 with Dr. Bruce Huckell at the University of New Mexico. He has worked on numerous projects throughout the west, with a specific interest in hunter-gatherer

John Lilly

John Lilly is an award-winning songwriter and performer from Charleston, West Virginia. Formerly a tour guide at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, a former Green Grass Clogger, former member of the

Leng L. Lim

Rev. Leng L. Lim has 20 years' experience in leadership development, executive coaching, and workshop facilitation. He has coached senior executives in the US, Europe, and Asia at leading companies such as Prudential Group, PricewaterhouseCoopers, CIMB,

Kay Lindahl

Kay Lindahl has been described as an inspired presence with passionate energy. For the past twenty years the daily practice of Centering Prayer has been transforming her life. She founded The Listening Center with the

Sara Pottschmidt Lisherness

Sara Pottschmidt Lisherness is the Director of the Compassion, Peace and Justice Ministry area of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) This ministry area includes poverty and hunger alleviation, disaster response, development, peacemaking, faith-based investing and corporate

Joan Logghe

Joan Logghe, La Puebla, NM Joan works at poetry in community, off the academic grid in La Puebla, NM, where she and her husband, Michael, raised three children and built three houses. Awards include a

Victoria Loorz

Victoria Loorz, MDiv, Pastor and certified Spiritual Director, Victoria has been leading spiritual formation for over 25 years, inviting people deeper into their true identities and there discover a more intimate experience of God. Director

John Lorenzen

John Lorenzen has loved astronomy for many years. He has taught in a variety of settings --  in the mountains above Los Angeles, in an oak forest in Wisconsin, along the shores of an island

Sherrie Lovler

Sherrie Lovler learned calligraphy in high school and continued studies with Hermann Zapf and Dick Beasley influenced her work. She has been teaching for over 30 years, including accredited classes at Northern Arizona University, International

Mary Ann Lundy

Mary Ann Lundy is retired from positions in the Presbyterian Church (USA) and in the World Council of Churches. She was an originator of the Re-imagining Conference held in Minneapolis in 1993, which stirred wide

Hope Lyda

Hope Lyda is a writer, spiritual director, and editor. Her prayer books and devotionals have sold more than a million copies—her upcoming release is Life as a Prayer. Through writing and conversation, she loves to

Crea Lynn

Crea Lynn moved to Santa Fe in 1990 from Cape Cod, MA. She graduated from the School of Fashion Design in Boston with an Associates Degree in Fashion Design and has taken various art classes at

Laurie Lyter Bright

Laurie is a minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA), and is a social activist, feminist theologian, perpetual student, published author, wife to Jesse, and mom to Matilda Jane. She can usually be found taking or

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