First Lutheran Church is excited to offer a mini-retreat during Lent, intended to rejuvenate the souls of those who participate. We will explore some of the Psalms of Orientation, Disorientation, and New Orientation, as outlined in the book Spirituality of the Psalms by Walter Brueggemann. The retreat is hosted by FLC member Kathleen Moulton, Pastor Katherine Olson, and Care and Health Coordinator Jordan Stone.
Guest musicians David and Margaret Houck (“David and Maggie”) will offer musical interpretation of the content we encounter. We will engage the book of Psalms through music and other forms: lecture, interactive learning and discussion, dramatic interpretation, art, and more! Participants should bring their Bible and a pen. Participant booklets and all other materials will be provided.
The retreat will be held on Saturday, March 30, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cost is $20, due at registration. This fee covers materials, lunch, and refreshments. We are pleased to offer this retreat at a low cost thanks to a generous contribution from Lutheran Men in Mission and an Action Team grant from Thrivent Financial. The retreat will be held in the Three-in-One-Room on the second floor of Augustana University’s Morrison Commons building.
Registration is open now through Friday, March 22.