Quiet Reflections for Lent, Guided by Louise Litke
The Lenten seson is one of reflection. How do we relate to God and to one another? How do we live our everyday lives in response to to God's word? Are there disciplines, practices that open us to God's presence? Living out our discipleship is different for each one of us.
The purpose of Quiet Reflections for Lent is to take time to reflect on our relationship with God, with others, with ourselves, and with the rest of God's creation - to reflect on what it means to be Christian.
Louise Litke has been long active in the ELCA (Lutheran) on both congregational and synodical levels. She has a Master's in Religion with an emphasis in Christian Spirituality from the General Theological Seminary in New York City. She leads retreats and quiet days in the metropolitan area.
Suggested donation is $10.00 ; Free Childcare available
9am Contineatl Breakfast; 9:30am three separate meditations followed by personal reflection time; concludes at 12:30pm
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Hosted by the St. John's Women's Spirituality Group