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Kennalys Visiting Slovenia as Part of a Lilly Foundation Sponsored Sabbatical

Andy Kennaly, pastor at First Presbyterian Church, is in the midst of a three-month sabatical funded through the Lilly Foundation’s National Clergy Renewal grant.
 
Contemplative prayer through bee keeping is the over all theme, and Kennaly and his wife, Shawna, are touring the United Kingdom and Europe to visit beekeepers. One of their stops took them to a bee house in Slovenia. The bee house is a traditional form of beekeeping in Slovenia, where there are over 10,000 bee houses, most of them using the A-Z hive system. [Read more about the Clergy Renewal Grant Program]

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