with Rev. Juan del Hierro, Associate Minister

Saturday, June 30, 2018
10am to 4pm

411 NE 21 Street, Miami, FL 33137

Cost: $45 per person (includes lunch). We understand the ebbs and flows of life so if you are experiencing financial hardship yet feel this retreat will benefit you, please contact

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In our noisy busy world, most of us are often left with no place to restore ourselves. We need renewal. A silent retreat is the experience of peace and quiet as a special healing atmosphere, a unique refuge. The powerful embrace that happens in a silent retreat gives energy for our light to brighten and, yes, reawaken joy within us! 

So come, let go. Simply be. Absorb the heart essence of love.

Make a commitment to yourself.  This could be your greatest investment in your new and fulfilling life -- a retreat with God.  

Our experience will include designated spaces around the campus for silent reflection, a silent lunch, incredible meditations and prayers, mandala coloring, saging and sacred music -- all in a stress-free, and supportive environment.  All activities are optional, relaxation guaranteed. 


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Rev. Juan del Hierro serves as Assistant Minister at Unity on the Bay, one of the largest progressive spiritual communities in Florida. He believes we have a sacred opportunity and a sacred responsibility to involve ourselves in social justice issues in order to more fully create a world that works for all. Rev. Juan's own callings is that of sacred activism. He has made Unity on the Bay one of the most well regarded progressive spiritual communities in Florida, involving it in issues such as homelessness, child poverty, civic engagement and equality for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Rev. Juan has served on the Board of SAVE, the largest local LGBTQ rights organization; is past-Chair of Faith in the City, a coalition of Downtown Miami and surrounding area spiritual communities; and is currently the Chair of the LGBTQ Task Team for the Unity Worldwide Ministries, looking at ways to support the Unity Movement in becoming stronger advocates for equality. He and his husband, Tom, along with their 3 year old son, Lucas, were part of the lawsuit that brought marriage equality to Florida in January of 2015. 


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