Sinsinawa Mound Center offers retreats and programs as well as opportunities for personal reflection and renewal in a comfortable, rural setting.
Walking the Sacred Path with Dan Schutte (virtual retreat)
October 19 12:00 am - October 22 8:00 pm$50.00
This is a recorded two day retreat presented by Dan Schutte. The retreat will be followed up with a live zoom Q & A meeting with Dan on Thursday, October 22 from 7-8 p.m CST. Each day’s presentation is approximately 1 – 1 1/2 hours with reflections and music. A digital workbook/prayer journal is included. The two days can be viewed anytime between October 19 and prior to the zoom meeting on October 22.
Day One: Paying Attention to God It’s been written that the primary work of love is paying attention to the beloved. That certainly holds true in our relationship with God. Taking time out of our routine, even if it’s just a few minutes, is a practice to be nurtured in our lives of faith. Prayer is often not easy with its many distractions and can take many forms, but it’s truly at the heart of our faith.
Day Two: Sent As Disciples of Hope The power of God’s grace can penetrate even the darkest moments in our lives. As followers of Jesus of Nazareth, we not only preach the Paschal Mystery, but walk that path from death to resurrection. Every one of us will experience those moments that break our hearts, that cause us doubt and confusion. But in the infinite wisdom of God, even our darkest moments are holy. That is the hope that we bring to our sisters and brothers.
This virtual retreat can be viewed on Monday, October 19 through Thursday, October 22.
$50/per person. Registration deadline is October 15 at 4 p.m.
Presenter: Dan Schutte We’ve been singing Dan’s beloved melodies for years. Now the composer of Here I Am, Lord; City of God; and Sing a New Song wants to share his love of God with all. Dan weaves stories, prayer, and reflection with song, inviting all into a deeper relationship with God. He has been composing music for worship for 50 years and continues to inspire with uplifting, new compositions for liturgy and personal spirituality, exhibiting an enduring ability to reach into people’s heart and draw them into prayer. Learn more about Dan on his website http://www.danschuttecomposer.com