The evening and the morning were the first day: On telling the time.
The Lord will fight for you; you need only be still: on prayer and fasting
He loved them to the end: On love of neighbour.
Arise my love, my fair one, and come away: On the Cross as Nuptial Mystery
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Recent Retreats at St Luke Episcopal Church
Lenten Retreat, 2024
March 15-17 ST LUKE EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
This year we welcome The Rev'd Dr. Gary Thorne who will be leading us on, A passionate Pilgrimage: Divine and Human. From Fr. Thorne, these words:
We begin our weekend pilgrimage where our secular culture generally concludes: with Saint Paul’s beautiful description of Love in 1 Corinthians 13: “and now abideth faith, hope, love, these three: but the greatest of these is love.” The church invites us to journey further and deeper. We will join Jesus on his divine pilgrimage during Passiontide where he offers us the unimaginable: Divine Friendship and His Body and Blood as the nourishment for our continuing earthly pilgrimage into holiness and eternal life.
The brochure for this retreat is available HERE:
For more information, please contact Fr. Chris at 216-246-7390.
Registrations may be sent to PO box 244, Chardon 44024,
or by calling and leaving a message at 440-279-4022.
There is no charge for this retreat and all are welcomed.