Sit in the HEART OF GOD and Listen


Come sit in the heart of God today and allow God to love you into wholeness and healing.  You only have to arrive with an open heart and a willingness to leave the shore and dive deep into the ocean of Love. Format of the day will be short presentations followed by silent group meditation as well as time for yourself to enjoy the beauty of the outside or the quiet of Chapel.

Date, Time and Cost:

This program begins at 10 AM on Thursday, December 7, 2017 and ends at 3 PM.  It costs $40 (includes lunch).  There is a $10 Non-Refundable Deposit.  Your registration is not confirmed until your deposit is received.

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(If you pay the deposit online via PayPal there is no option for coming back to pay the remaining amount online. The remaining amount must be paid by a check (mail in or pay on your arrival) or by cash when you arrive for the program. There is no way of processing a credit card at the center. If you really want to pay everything by credit card then pay in full at the time of online registration. If the program is canceled you will receive the full payment back via PayPal. If you are unable to attend the program, the remainder after the deposit will be paid back via PayPal.)

About The Presenter: Barbara Lucas OSF

Barbara Lucas, OSF, a Sister of St. Francis of Philadelphia, is an experienced educator, retreat facilitator, and spiritual director. She has ministered as a hospital and prison chaplain and as vocation director for her congregation. Barbara has had the privilege of living in a hermitage for ten years.

Date(s) - 12/07/2017
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Franciscan Spiritual Center

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Online registration has closed for this event but you can call 610-558-6152 to see if there are available spaces or to place yourself on a waiting list.

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