HERMITAGE

​​David MIlliken is a Third Order Franciscan in the Episcopal Church and serves as a board member for the Center for Religion and Environment at the Sewanee School of Theology.  He is a certified educator through National Geographic and serves as the director at the Hutton Settlement Children's Home in Spokane Valley.











Tamara Milliken is an advanced level yoga instructor and registered attachment-based educator.  She teaches yoga, meditation and MELT methods at the Mellow Monkey Yoga studio.  She is the lead caregiver at the Hutton Settlement Children's Home and specializes in herbal remedies and bread baking.



A Pacific Northwest Franciscan Solidarity Table

​​FOUNDERS

​​INNER SKY HERMITAGE


 

Inner Sky Hermitage is a Pacific Northwest Franciscan Solidarity Table affiliated with the Franciscan Action Network (FAN) and located in Millwood, Washington.  FAN's mission is to transform United States public policy related to peace making, care of creation, poverty and human rights.  The Franciscan Solidarity Table serves this mission by forming local Franciscan-hearted groups for personal formation, active service and grassroots advocacy. 


The Inner Sky Hermitage was founded in 2013 by a Third Order Franciscan in the Society of St. Francis (Anglican) and inspired by the Sky Farm Hermitage in Sonoma, California and Open Sky Hermitage in Bend, Oregon.  The Christian hermits at both locations continue to provide deep friendship and prayers for the mission of the Inner Sky Hermitage and its companions.


The Inner Sky Hermitage has two small private hermitages, a community prayer room, yoga deck, vegetable & native plant garden, labyrinth, coffee roasting studio, library, and community table.  














FRANCISCAN VALUES

Relationship

Simplicity

Transformation


SPIRITUAL PRACTICES

Study

​Simple Living

Contemplation

Care for Creation


PERSONAL SUPPORT

​Restorative space

 Caring companions

      Growth resources