Saturday, March 18, 2017, 9:30 am to 4:00 pm
How do you attend to your relationship with God and Creation? The Daily Office? Contemplative Prayer? Lectio Divina? Many people have a “go to” practice, all well and good. What happens when your particular way goes dry? Should one persist to dig where there is no water? Is it time to find a new well? Is there new perspective to be found in your old practice?
This Lenten Retreat will include a look at the diversity of Spiritual Practices, play with multiple techniques, and suggest accessible ways to potentially find new waters of life to nourish your relationship with God and the world.Contact: Canon Kay Rackley, email@example.com Fee: $50 (check/cash, at door. Scholarships are available)
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Education for Ministry
Through our baptism, we are all ministers. In our worlds of work, school, neighborhood, and family there are people in pain who need to be comforted and people whose joy needs to be shared. The depressed and hopeless need help to regain their hope. Someone has to sort through the ethical dilemmas that arise at work, at school, or in the community.
Trinity offers Education for Ministry (EfM)–a program designed to prepare us for our ministry. The EfM program is a comprehensive four-year study of the Bible, church history, and theology. Group members also pray together and use a process called “theological reflection” to discuss how our faith affects their daily lives.
If you would you like to learn more about Education for Ministry, please contact Jim Bolce, the EfM mentor at Trinity.