Are you looking for an inspiring preacher or retreat leader?
Rev. Sue has years of experience offering transformational
retreats, workshops, classes, and sermons.
Rev. Sue invites you to join her at Second Congregational Church in Beverly this December:
Sunday, December 1st - The First Sunday of Advent - 9:30 a.m.
Sunday, December 22nd - The Fourth Sunday of Advent - 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday, December 24th - Christmas Eve - 4 p.m.
Rev. Sue returns to One Spirit Interfaith Seminary in New York, New York to lead a new workshop: "The Spiritual Formation of Parents and Children" on Saturday, April, 25th. For more information and to register, click here.
“Lighter. Less fearful. That’s how I felt at the end of Rev. Sue’s remarkable workshop. You would think the day would be full of heaviness. While we went very deep, it was paradoxically very freeing. Her exercises and mediations were creative and amazing. Rev. Sue’s longtime hospice experience and compassion dovetailed with her excellent facilitation skills. I have a lot of experience with End of Life issues, so I have a high bar. Sue and her workshop leapt over it. Thank you!”
– Rev. Joy Collins, Rochester, NY
*Facing Your Own Death
*The Spiritual Care of the Dying
*The Spiritual Care of the Caregiver
*The Art of Listening
*Healing from Religious Injury
*Building Healthy Spiritual Community
*Spiritual Approaches to Being with Conflict
*Building a Dynamic Marriage
*Building Your Wedding Ministry
*The Spiritual Journey
*Praying from the Heart
*Finding Peace after Loss
“Rev. Sue radiates love and in so doing creates a safe space for our first year students to go deep within to explore their thoughts and feelings about death and dying. She's been facilitating these classes for many years and her presentations just get better and better, deeper and deeper.”
– Rev. Martha Dewing, 1st Year Dean, One Spirit Interfaith Seminary
Rev. Sue Koehler-Arsenault, M.Div.
5 High Street Rockport, MA 01966
ph. 978-325-2573 email@example.com
Serving Greater Boston and the North Shore of Massachusetts,
the New Hampshire seacoast and southern Maine.