Monday, November 6, 2023 from 9:00am - 3:00pm
The season of fall invites us to look inward, and as the seasons change and daylight grows shorter, we are drawn to consider the inner nudgings of our hearts.
This retreat is based on Psalm 27:8 “'Come', my heart says, 'seek His face!' Your face, LORD do I seek.” In many ways this song of David speaks to our own lives as we seek to draw closer to the One in whom we believe, hope and dream. We will explore what it means to seek God’s face, with some practical ways to position ourselves to see the Face of God.
During our retreat, we will explore some scriptures that speak to seeking God’s face, with time for silent reflection, prayer and sharing our experiences. Lunch will also be served. Come away to a quiet place and be renewed.
Liz Nau is a Spiritual Director with over 35 years’ experience leading retreats. She received her M.Div. from Ashland Theological Seminary and holds graduate certificates in Spiritual Direction from the Ignatian Spirituality Institute at John Carroll University, and Formational (Inner Healing) Prayer and Small Group Leadership in Inner Healing Prayer from the Institute of Formational Counseling at Ashland Theological Seminary and is a Veriditas Certified Labyrinth Leader. Her interests are in Ignatian Spirituality, Celtic Christian Spirituality, the spiritual disciplines especially prayer (Ignation Contemplation, art as prayer, embodied prayer, prayer walking, silence) and pilgrimage. Each has been unique and transformative in her spiritual journey and she welcomes the opportunity to share some of her experience and insight with others.
Rev. Liz Nau
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