From Kettlewood Retreats

Are you familiar with the ancient practice of Christian discernment? Would you like to learn long-established ways to make Spirit-inspired decisions and choices? Discernment has been described by one theology professor as “the intentional practice by which a community or an individual seeks God in concrete situations.”
For those who wish to take part, a special perk of this day will be an opportunity to put spiritual discernment to work as you engage in walking prayer on an indoor labyrinth.

Our retreat leader, Rev. Jane Anderson, a familiar face at Kettlewood Retreats, is a pastor at First Congregational UCC in Appleton. Jane is also trained as a marriage and family therapist, as a pastoral counselor, and as a labyrinth facilitator.

A Lenten Retreat

Godly Decision-making: The Practice of Discernment
Friday, March 2, 2012
9:30 A.M. – 3:30 P.M

Kettlewood Retreats invites you to this Lenten retreat at Cedar Valley. Come join us in the countryside of the Kettle Moraine on 100 spectacular acres (an outdoor labyrinth too!) near West Bend. The noon meal is included.

To register for this retreat, please write a check for $50.00 to Rev. Holly Whitcomb and send it to: 2095 Elm Tree Ct., Elm Grove, WI 53122. The deadline for registering is Feb. 25. Include your name, address, e-mail, and phone number(s). Please register as soon as you can. Upon receipt of your registration, you will receive a map. For more information, call (262) 784-5593.

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