Terry Hershey to offer spiritual walk March 3 and 4
Posted: Friday, January 20, 2017
With Lent approaching, Victory Noll Center is offering opportunities for people to deepen their spiritual walk. The programs of Terry Hershey have been among the most popular offered at Victory Noll Center. The nationally-known author, speaker and humorist returns for a Lenten Retreat, Friday, March 3 from 7 p.m. to Saturday, March 4 at 2 p.m. encouraging us to make space for “God’s Light to Shine” through our lives.
During Lent, we are invited to give something up and to make a sacrifice. When we give something up, we make space. Space to see, to reflect and to come home. We do not make space to impress or to earn points or to become better Christians. We literally learn what it means to be grounded, to come home to ourselves, to dig deep to the core of our being, to find a depth of love and fortitude and courage and light that perhaps we did not know resided within us. And the good news is that the light always spills.
The cost is $95 and includes accommodations and retreat. For commuters not staying overnight at Victory Noll, the cost is $65. Terry Hershey’s website is www.terryhershey.com. Continental breakfast and Saturday noon meal are included for all. Please register by February 24.
Another opportunity offered throughout Lent is the opportunity to privately pray the Outdoor Stations of the Cross, or the Stations in Our Lady of Victory Chapel. The Stations are a way of reflecting on Jesus’ journey through his passion to his death on the cross and rising on Easter. Guests are invited to sign in at the Center and to take a Station Booklet for their prayer if they so desire. There is no cost for praying the stations. All are welcome.
Victory Noll Center is located at 1900 W. Park Drive. For more information call (260) 200-1740, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.victorynollcenter.org. Victory Noll Center extends the charism and legacy of Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters by inviting all people to discover and develop their capacity for God’s mission.