A New “Season of Hope” Begins Thursday, February 7

Seasons of Hope: Parish Support for Adults who Mourn
Seasons of Hope faith sharing groups are offered in Catholic parishes across America. We are pleased to be introducing it to the St. John-St.Paul Collaborative. Our Lord assured us that those who mourn are blessed, and that they shall be comforted. Seasons of Hope helps us come together to share in God’s love. With the support of our faith community, we give voice to our unique journeys of grief and and healing and spiritual growth. The sessions help explore mourning through scripture, prayer, refection activities and faith sharing. Seasons of Hope is centered on Jesus Christ and grounded in the healing wisdom, traditions, and practices of the Catholic Church. For you who are searching for Our Lord in the midst of your grief, Seasons of Hope is a nurturing link to the Church, the Almighty, and people of faith who truly understand what it means to be brokenhearted.

Seasons of Hope has four different seasons that offer Christ-centered material that benefit new and ongoing participants alike.  Our Winter Season begins Thursday, February 7. Some find that one season is just what is needed to discover the consolation of Christ in the midst of their grieving. Many come to all four seasons. Come as you are able, and share in the healing message of Christ’s resurrection for us.

For more information, or to sign up in advance, please call Laurie Jacob at 339.222.0335 or email ljacob156@gmail.com.

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