This event has been postponed.
Exploring the Enneagram: A Window to Understanding Yourself
with Dr. Jon Singletary (Dean, Garland School of Social Work at Baylor University)
With the leadership of Dr. Jon Singletary, we will be guided to determine where we best identify ourselves numerically on the Enneagram. Jon has much experience in leading groups through this process. Each number represents certain personality and behavioral traits and each of these will be unpacked so we can learn about one another and see the ups and downs of every position.
Part 1: Introduction to the Enneagram: Growing Understanding of Yourself
Session Times (choose one):
October 24, 2020, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. on Zoom
October 25, 2020, 4:00-7:00 p.m. on Zoom
Part 2: Enneagram Understanding Can Help Your Relationships and Spiritual Formation
Session Times (choose one):
November 7, 2020, 9:00-11:00 a.m. on Zoom
November 8, 2020, 5:00-7:00 p.m. on Zoom
This is a two-part series, and in an effort to accommodate schedules, there are two session opportunities for each part. When you register, each person will select their choice of time for Part 1 and Part 2. Each session must be held to 25 participants to allow for adequate sharing and conversation. The cost of this event is $20 per person. Sign up early to reserve your spot; these sessions will not be recorded.
After signing up, you will receive a Zoom link via email, along with instructions for participating.
- To learn more about the Enneagram, visit enneagramworldwide.com/the-enneagram
- If you would like to read about this prior to the retreat, one of Suzanne Stabile’s books, The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships and The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery, is suggested.
- Or, visit her podcast, Enneagram Journey.
The cost of the event is $20 per person. You may mail a check to the church office, please include ‘TFC Enneagram’ in the memo, or you may pay online via electronic funds transfer, debit card, or credit card. Click here to pay online.
First time using Zoom? That’s okay!
- Pre-download Zoom here (it includes links to download mobile apps for Apple and Android devices).
- Unless you have a top notch internet connection at your home, it is recommended that other family members stay off internet during the Zoom (or at least do not stream video, play online games, etc.).
- For the same reason, you will probably only want one connection in the house to the Zoom meeting. In other words, spouses should share the same phone or computer instead of being on separate devices.
- If you lose your connection during the call, go back to the link provided above and log back in.
- When you initially log in, mute your microphone and open up the chat feature to type questions and comments. After the initial greeting, we’ll have you turn your microphones back on for conversation.
Sign up for two-part series: