On the eve of Pentecost, Cranaleith Spiritual Center invites you to join Michelle Sherman and other retreatants for a morning of reflection online from your own “upper room” on May 22, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. for “Opening the Gifts of the Holy Spirit: A Pentecost Retreat.”
How does the story of Pentecost sit with us during this time of COVID? How might we, as individuals and as a community, be attentive to the transformative call of the Holy Spirit?
Using prompts and an exploration of the gifts and symbols of the Holy Spirit, compose your own prayer and choose from a variety of rituals and reminders of your giftedness to incorporate at home. God delights in giving us gifts; let us delight in opening them!
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