Saturday, February 27, 2-4PM, Zoom

Jon Singletary

photo from Dr. Singletary’s biography at

The Enneagram is an ancient symbol that can help shape our spiritual formation today. It has contemporary implications for relationships and helps us better understand ourselves. Dr. Jon Singletary of Baylor University will lead this opportunity to learn about the Enneagram and explore the 9 Enneagram types. He will also help you to begin to discover which number is the best way to understand yourself and who God is calling you to be. Delight in this exploration whether or not you already have a sense of your Enneagram number.

Jon is the dean of the Diana Garland School of Social Work at Baylor University where he has served for 20 years on the faculty. He has taught the Enneagram for 10 years and has apprenticed with Suzanne Stabile. He and his wife Wendi have five teenagers! Come hear their Enneagram stories as well as begin to make sense of your own!

Each of us has motivations and patterns. The Enneagram says there are 9 of them. Each of the numbers helps us see how we function in society, in our families, at work, and when we are all alone. The numbers help us see our fears, anxieties, and doubts in a new light. The numbers also help us be open to God’s work in our life. Our personality has created addictions, obsessions, and desires and only when we see this can we be open to the essence of who God has made us to be. The Enneagram teaches us that we can’t make these changes on our own. Community is a must for this kind of transformation. If you are interested in learning more about the personality you have become and how the Enneagram can help you live out more of the essence of who God has made you to be, then let’s talk.

Jon Singletary facilitates, Śānti Matthews hosts.  If you would like to receive the Zoom information, contact Śānti  at