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What is Spiritual Direction?
May 14, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm| Free
Have you even heard this professional term used before?
Generally put, Spiritual Direction is primarily a listening and companioning ministry that focuses on a person’s spiritual faith journey. When a person sets up a meeting with a Spiritual Director, the session is on average 1-hour per month, takes place in a safe and peaceful environment, and is a professional one-on-one relationship that is confidential, accountable, and respectful. The purpose to meet with a Spiritual Director are many and unique to the spiritual needs of each person.
Would you like a spiritual companion on your faith journey but you’re not quite sure how to go about it or even what it would entail?
Come and learn more about this beneficial profession and how it can be an encouraging and supportive accompaniment to your spiritual life.
Sonya is a trained Spiritual Director and in addition to offering individual and group Spiritual Direction, she is one of the leaders of the Spiritual Direction Training Program (SDTP) at the FCJ Centre and a member of the FCJ Program & Facilitation Resource Team. Sonya’s background includes Master degrees in Divinity, Leadership and Ministry as well as advanced degrees in Music and Theology. She has been a music instructor and animal sitter for over 20 years and continues to enjoy giving and receiving the beneficial healing attributes that delightfully and abundantly flow from both. She has a deep passion for Scripture, faith-formation and living and unconventional non-busy but divinely filled contemplative and devoted lifestyle, which naturally exudes through her ministry style. Sonya has done retreat work with a focus on Silence, Nature, Music, and Prayer, and invites you to Come Aside for an evening where various ways of prayer will be discussed and experienced.
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