Our Healing Journey: We Are Broken, Yet Whole
Psalm 34: 19 – The Lord is close to the brokenhearted, saves those whose spirit is crushed.

Jesus was broken on the cross. He lived his suffering and death not as an evil to avoid at all costs, but as a mission to embrace. We too are broken. We live with broken bodies, broken hearts, broken minds or broken spirits. We suffer from broken relationships.
– Henri Nouwen
Over the past year we have lost much that we hold dear and have felt disconnected over these difficult times. It’s been a year of paradoxes. In the midst of the pandemic’s slowed pace, the pause accelerated opportunities for hidden issues to be brought into the light revealing greater realities of brokenness within ourselves and society. A year of limited contact with family, friends, work and church colleagues has led to distress, loneliness and separation exacerbated by fears about uncertainties regarding healthcare, social, political, racial and cultural conditions. There is a vast need for God’s healing grace to repair and rejoin relationships. Join us for this morning retreat exploring such issues and experience reconnection and healing. Retreat will take place in the Church.
Led by Ellen Murphy, LCSW of ST. MARK Counseling Center

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