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In this two part workshop, we will begin to understand ourselves better and increase our capacity for spiritual growth through the lens of the Enneagram. Prior to our Zoom gathering on Saturday, March 9 (workshop part one), participants will complete an Enneagram assessment. Part two of this event is an in person gathering on Saturday, May 4 from 9 am to 3 pm at Christ Lutheran. Included in this workshop:

- Enneagram assessment
- (book) The Sacred Enneagram: Finding Your Unique Path to Spiritual Growth by Christopher Heuertz
- lunch on May 4

Instructions on the assessment will be sent to all registrants prior to the Zoom offering. Our time will be led by instructors Michelle Oberwise Lacock and Carol Lakota Eastin (see their bios below). $50 registration fee includes the Enneagram assessment, book, and lunch.

Join us for this interactive workshop that will unlock wholeness, belonging and community in our lives.


Michelle Oberwise Lacock is an Ordained Elder in the Northern Illinois Conference of the United Methodist Church and brings experience serving as an educator, local church pastor, chaplain, and supervisor. Michelle has her bachelor's and master's degrees in music education from Illinois State University, M.B.A. in Leadership from Aurora University, M.Div. from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary, and D.Min. in Pastoral Care and Counseling from the Graduate Theological Foundation. As an educator she has utilized the Enneagram with her students for over 25 years as a way to understand themselves for improved living and ministry life.

Carol Lakota Eastin is an Ordained Elder in the Illinois Great Rivers Conference of the United Methodist Church and brings experience as a local church pastor, missionary, District Superintendent, Pastoral Counselor in clinical settings, and coach. Carol has her B.A. in Music Education and Psychology from MacMurray College, M.Div., M.A. in Christian Education from Methodist Theological School (Ohio) and M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Illinois State University. She has facilitated many workshops on spiritual growth and spiritual gifts using a variety of resources to assist others in their spiritual development.