Reclaiming Advent: A Story of Holy Desire The Season of Advent often becomes lost on us as Christians in the flurry of the holidays and all that demands our attention each December.
Join us at the Dignity Center for a day of retreat and reflection on December 9th from 10 am to 4 pm, an opportunity to reclaim Advent as the gift for which it is intended.
Through prayer, meditation and writing, participants will explore the connection between desire as holy and the unique ways in which the Advent experience can nourish and deepen our celebration of
Christmas. Dialogue and other spiritual exercises will creatively enhance the themes considered during the program. Please bring a journal for use throughout the day.
Gordon Creamer earned his MA in Spiritual & Pastoral Care from Loyola
University. He has been involved in programming and operations in
healthcare since 2001 at various Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing and
Hospice communities. Gordon has facilitated numerous retreats and
workshops that focus on creating opportunities for participants to explore
and enhance their spirituality and well-being through various media.
Enhancing the journey of adults, individuals with memory impairment and members of the LGBTQ community is a passion for him. In the last several years, he has fostered support groups and programs for caregivers and those who are grieving losses. Gordon is also a certified spiritual director, who welcomes all in discovering the spiritual life as a means of healing, growing and thriving.
Learn more at www.TheMissionBridge.com
If you plan to attend the Advent Day of Reflection, please RSVP to Denis Pringle via email at email@example.com.