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Come Explore the Quiet of Advent

by Kate Mason


Though we know the season of Advent is about quiet waiting, we also live in a frenetic culture that amps up holiday expectations even before Halloween.  Finding quiet in the season is no small matter.


Yet that very quiet is what can best nurture us – in the midst of Advent, as we move into Christmas and Epiphany, and as we look to close one year and welcome another.


Come find some quiet, amidst a supportive and loving community.  You’re invited to an afternoon of spiritual retreat and renewal on Saturday, December 17 at 2 pm.  Give yourself the gift of a break in the holiday busy-ness and take the opportunity to consider what the fallow time of winter might be asking of you.  


If you’ve never been, these gatherings feature reflections, poetry, and supportive sharing, along with quiet time to listen to the whispers of your own soul and the and the deep nurture of the Divine.  Absolutely no experience of anything is required.


The retreat is free, but you do need to register to receive the Zoom link.  Contact me after Sunday service or at with questions of to sign up.

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