The Franciscan Spirituality Center is a sacred place of simplicity and hospitality for those seeking spiritual renewal, healing and deeper self-awareness. We welcome people of all faiths to come to learn and experience Franciscan spirituality by discovering God in all creation. We offer individual and group spiritual direction, program and retreat offerings, meeting room space for organizations interested in overnight or daylong conferences or retreats and compassionate listening. Come, reflect in peace or visit with others. Everyone is welcome. Peace and all good!
At the Center Newsletter - September/October 2014
In this Issue: Enneagram Basics; Journey Toward Wholeness; Living Authentically; God Delights in You; Drum Making; Retreat Day for Nonprofits and Small Businesses and so much more.
Busy Student Retreat: Sept. 21-Oct.2
Students of all faith traditions are welcome, for daily prayer, spiritual direction, community meals. With Viterbo University Campus Ministry. Register before Sept. 17 by clicking below.
What is Group Spiritual Direction?
It is ideal for those seeking to deepen personal understanding and their faith/spirituality in a small group. It is a facilitated process of seeking God together. Groups are forming now for September-May 2015 sessions!
Are you in need of friendship, support and healing for the wounds of separation and divorce? Join us for this new, free, monthly gathering starting September 18.
Journey Toward Wholeness: Pilgrimage of Prayer
Journey Toward Wholeness offers an opportunity to explore personal growth and learning in a small community environment with others seeking enrichment and renewal. This is the 18th year the Journey Toward Wholeness program has been offered at the FSC. On this year's Journey, we will visit four developments in Christian spirituality (Franciscan, Benedictine, Ignatian and Centering Prayer) to experience the gifts of prayer they offer us.
Imago Dei Women's Group
Conversation and support for female survivors of sexual abuse and assault. First meeting is 7-8:30 p.m. September 17. Freewill offering accepted.