Wife. Mother. Daughter. Widow. Sister. Friend. Leader. Contemplative Woman of Prayer.
Co-foundress of the Visitation Sisters, St. Jane Frances de Chantal embodied and lived many callings in her life. At the heart of her vocation to love and serve God was this ongoing commitment to prayer. Perhaps you find resonance with her and have a similar desire to have a life anchored by prayer? A desire to lead from within?
On this Feast day of St. Jane, we invite you to consider joining us for our fall discernment series, “Women of Prayer: Be who you are and be that well” — a five session course starting Monday, October 5,* facilitated by S. Katherine Mullin, Visitation Companion Melissa Borgmann-Kiemde, and Pastor Karen Wight Hoogheem.
Join other women seekers to explore the way prayer grounds our discernment and calls us forward in leadership — in our faith communities and beyond!
Whether you are Catholic, Lutheran, Methodist or Baptist; single or married; a Pentecostal preacher or hospital chaplain; birth-worker, grief counselor or “From Death to Life” leader; a stay-at-home mother or corporate executive; a woman from the suburbs or dwelling in the inner-city; one immersed in justice ministry or simply desiring more from your faith journey– you are welcome in this series! Come and explore how contemplative rhythms in community inspire your listening and leadership in life.
Register online. Or for more information, contact:
Melissa Borgmann-Kiemde: firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Wight Hoogheem: email@example.com
S. Katherine Mullin: firstname.lastname@example.org
When: 7-9pm; Mondays, October 5, 19; November 2, 16, 30.
Where: St. Jane House, 1403 Emerson Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55411
Suggested donation: $50, payable at registration time. We are happy to accept a sliding scale fee.