PRAYER as a Lenten Practice.
We generally think of prayer as something we read, say, or listen to. But prayer can also be a visual experience. Images can often evoke rich nuance and meaning that cannot be replicated in words. Similarly, art can bring another dimension to prayer, because it taps into and draws forth from our religious imagination. One way to use art reflection is to use a piece of art created by someone else and let it draw us into prayer. The other is to create our own piece of art that is drawn from our own prayer and reflection. We will be doing the latter.
Join us on March 13 as parishioner and artist Dawn Petrill guides us through the process of creating our own art through prayer and reflection. Dawn says of herself, “I have a passion for discovering inspiration in life and translating it into art.” Dawn will guide each of us through the process of creating our own art through reflection. We will be using paints so wear casual clothes.
Space is limited to 25 people, so register early.
March 13th at 7:00 PM in Hendricks Hall – Berry Room.
Cost $20 (will cover all materials).
Register by March 6 through our website or by coming into the Parish Office.
Registration begins at 9:00 AM on Monday, February 18.