New Oversight for Centurion Project

The Rev. Steven Rindahl accepts leadership position for 2018 event….
The Rev. Steven Rindahl has agreed to accept the leadership position and program oversight for Centurion Project 2018 this coming March 12-15, at Rolling Hills Retreat Center in Calera, Alabama. Fr. Rindahl is a retired US Army Chaplain who served in the 1st BN 5th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division with a deployment to Iraq and with the 2nd BDE, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry). In his final assignment, as a curriculum developer and instructor, he wrote and taught the US Army Chaplain Corps’ course on providing a ministerial response to Moral Injury which will bring valuable and tested concepts to the healing ministry of Centurion Project.

Fr. Steven currently serves as the Minister-General of the Fraternity of St Augustine of Canterbury and as the Director of Spiritual Formation in the Anglican Diocese of CANA West and is the creator and director of Warriors on the Way,  2-Week long walking pilgrimage on the Camino De Santiago (AKA The Way) where a program of outdoor activities, spiritual healing and camaraderie with fellow veterans are significant components to the overall healing process.

We look forward to incorporating both events into the JAFC healing program for Moral Injury.