Sign Up for “Soul Circles” Small Groups

Sign Up for “Soul Circles” Small Groups

2018-10-04T18:34:29+00:00September 20th, 2018|E-News|

Soul Circles offer the gift of spiritual connection. Many of us come to church hungry to connect with our own deepest selves, the beauty of life, and the ways we can make a difference.

Soul Circles (formerly called Soul Matters Sharing Circles) are groups of 6-9 people who meet once a month for sharing, listening, inner life discoveries, and creating community.

Each meeting focuses on the Soul Matters theme our whole congregation is exploring. Inspirational readings, video and reflection questions — along with a commitment to intentional listening — help participants discover new truths about their lives and explore deeper ways of being authentic and whole.

Some groups may begin in October, some in November.

Sign up for a Soul Circle by completing a brief on-line form: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Y2T6GWD or LOOK FOR THE BIG ORANGE POSTER and fill out a paper form in the Community Room after services.

Sign-up deadline is October 12.

NOTE: Facilitators are still needed — let Rev. Suzelle know if you’d like to be trained to facilitate a Soul Circle. For more info, contact Rev. Suzelle Lynch, via the church office.

2018-19 Themes: What does it mean to be a people of…
October 2018: Sanctuary The practice of finding sacred space within & ensuring welcoming space for all
November 2018: Memory The practice of honest remembrance & honoring the shoulders on which we stand
December 2018: Mystery The practice of embracing life with humility and awe
January 2019: Possibility The practice of personal unfolding and prophetic vision
February 2019: Trust The practice of commitment and faith in a love that won’t let us go
March 2019: Journey The practice of pilgrimage, courageous growth, and patient change
April 2019: Wholeness The practice of repairing what is broken and knowing we are enough
May 2019: Curiosity The practice of moving from fear to open-heartedness
June 2019: Beauty The practice of savoring life’s gifts