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A Gentle Returning: Lenten Group Guided Silent Retreat Day

Come away with others and unplug for the day.

This group Guided Silent Retreat Day offers a guided, unplugged environment to be quiet and ponder the invitations of Lent with scriptures, your journal, inspirational readings, and art. You are invited to curl up by the fireplace for the day and seek the Divine apart from from the fast pace and noise of life.

Using Ignatian prayer practices and expressive art in a trauma-sensitive way,

we will seek to create space for being present to, deep resting in,

and relationship with God as we enter the Lenten journey.

Saturday, February 18, 2023

9 am to 3:00 pm

$85 includes lunch, snacks, coffee, tea, and materials

This gentle Guided Silent Retreat Day will be held in a simple, relaxed home environment in

west Little Rock with fireplaces and tucked away spaces to spread out and be with the Holy. Our host will be trauma-sensitive spiritual director Tongua Williams.

The day will begin with a grounding exercise and guidance. Expressive art supplies, a printed guide, and embodied prayer helps will be available for your time of retreat. A nourishing, gluten free lunch will be provided in addition to coffee, tea and GF snacks throughout the day. There will be opportunities for guided group gatherings throughout the day.

The day will end with an optional guided labyrinth prayer walk about eight minutes away.

Scroll to the contact form at the bottom of the page, fill out, include

SILENT RETREAT FEBRUARY 18, along with any dietary restrictions, and submit.

You will receive a response within a few days with payment information and retreat details.

Please make sure that day is clear for you prior to registration, as registration is limited.


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