A day of renewal aboard the sailboat on San Francisco Bay for working chaplains and ministers.
Relax together on the Bay, have a gentle sail then return and process/share what we are doing and going through in our ministries and our lives.
Total time: About 5-6 hours total including two to three hours on the Bay; 0900 to 1400 or 1500
Lunch: Bring brown bag and what you want to drink (non-alcoholic) – the DarleneD has a refrigerator
Safety: You should be able to walk with stability; this will not be a heavy or aggressive sail, just gentle. I have enough good life jackets for everyone and these are required while under way and above deck. If you are prone to seasickness bring dramamine or I have some always on board. There shouldn’t be any seasickness as we will be motor sailing gently, not rough seas in any way. The skipper (me) is trained and certified to charter up to 46 foot boats pretty much anywhere in the world and I’m a stickler for safety.
The Boat: 36 foot Catalina sloop rig with marine bathroom, personal flotation devices, refrigerator and enough room below deck for 6-8 people to sit comfortably or 6 in the above deck cockpit unless we are trimming the sails. There is a marine bathroom (head) on board.
Spiritual Assessment and Intervention training for clinical Chaplains.
Learn to utilize the same assessment and intervention model taught and utilized at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center. Assess patient/client core spiritual needs and quickly offer interventions designed to allow for spiritual self openness, reflection and growth.