What We Need Is Here: Practicing the Heart of Christian Spirituality
March 19th 6:30-9:00 PM March 20th 8:45-11:00 AM Via ZOOM
Are you looking for an ever-deepening relationship with God?
Are you finding challenges to growing spiritually?
Plan to attend and let God be your Teacher in discovering the “givens” which will demonstrate how Jesus is enough. It offers just what you need to flourish in your life with God! Your days will include laughter, sharing, presentations, reflection, and worship. Take this time to retreat and find exactly what you need to draw nearer to God.
The book for required reading is: What We Need is Here: Practicing the Heart of Christian Spirituality, by L. Roger Owens. It is available for purchase from Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.
Harriet Jane Olson, CEO of United Methodist Women, will be joining us on Saturday morning.
Contact Janice Catrell, our Program Resource Secretary Coordinator, if you are having difficulty getting a book. email@example.com 360-223-5938.
You may also contact Judy Dirks, Inland District President.
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E-mail registration forms to Susan Chamberlain: email@example.com
You can also reach her at 360-859-3740. Susan will send you the link to the Zoom Retreat after you register.
Harriett Jane Olson has served as chief executive officer of the United Methodist Women’s national administrative and policymaking arm since 2007. United Methodist Women is a nearly 800,000-member organization within the United Methodist Church in the United States.
United Methodist Women members give about $15 million a year for work with women, children and youth in the United States and around the world. UMW operates and/or owns the Church Center for the United Nations in New York City, a retirement home for deaconesses and missionaries in North Carolina, a publication and distribution network, and a series of mission education and leadership development events annually. Through these events and our connections around the world, UMW staff and members are inspired, prepared, encouraged and celebrated for their direct service and advocacy for justice.
A Harvard Law School graduate, Ms. Olson practiced real estate and environmental law (1983-96) at a N.J. law firm that is now part of Day, Pitney, before working for the church full-time. From 1996-2007, Ms. Olson was senior vice-president for publishing, editor for church school publications and United Methodist Church book editor at the United Methodist Publishing House in Nashville, TN.
Ms. Olson has a bachelor’s degree from Houghton College in Houghton, N.Y., where she serves on the board of trustees.