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Upcoming 14 days - Dec 13 2018



People have celebrated the turning of the seasons through a variety of rituals for centuries. We will honor the changing of the seasons at Genesis through a morning retreat on the themes of the season concluding with a ritual that will honor the coming of Winter.

Spiritual Enrichment
Spirituality of the Environment



Slow down and make space in your busy life! In the stillness of your heart, listen to God’s Word. During these three Advent evenings, Sr. Elizabeth will guide the group through reflective reading of scripture, traditionally known as Lectio Divina. In the quiet, you will find peace and space for God’s great gift of love.

Christian / Catholic

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