Join us for a 5-week study of a gripping tale from the New Testament book of Acts where Peter, Jesus’ disciple, and Cornelius, a Roman centurion, present us with a historical diorama of conflicts mirroring back to us how perceiving God’s will and knowing how to respond is rarely straightforward.
The story guides us in the ways of discerning God’s purposes, asking us to bravely sit with questions we might have about God’s purposes and our faith commitments in the midst of change and transition.
It marks out ways that we can, together, discern truth in our doubts and confusions and hear God’s wisdom in our more vulnerable times. The Spirit directs Peter – and us – to go without hesitation! And so, we will go, unhesitatingly, to live and love in the power and promise of the Holy One.
We’ll meet one time per week (Tuesday mornings in-person or Wednesday evenings via Zoom). The sessions will be part study, part small group sharing and reflection and part lectio divina and contemplation.
Pam Shellberg is the director of spiritual nourishment at Holy Wisdom Monastery. She is presenting this event because:
Please register by Wed., Feb. 14, 2024. The capacity for each offering in this series is 50 people and registration will close when we reach 50 people. There is no refund for cancellations.
Register for the in-person (Tuesdays, 10:00-11:30 am) series below.