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Singing New Songs in a Foreign Land
On-line  or in-person Retreat

 

On-line Retreat: Saturday, January 14 from 10 a.m. till 1 p.m.
In-Person: Two Part Retreat
Sunday, Jan. 15 & Sunday, Jan. 22 from 12:30 - 2 p.m.

145 Lincoln Road, Waterloo
Email Debbie at debbielaginskie@rogers.com for link and/or to register.

These retreats are free
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Be still and Know that I am God (Psalm 46:10).

About this Retreat

 

As we are now considering ourselves post-pandemic after almost three years, what do we do with what we have been through? How do we process our losses and gains? Where is the space to heal? How do we move with courage into a new day and a very different world?

 

A long time ago, when God's people were taken captive to a foreign land, they found themselves sitting by a river, with their harps hung up on willow trees, weeping and asking, "How can we sing the Lord's songs in a foreign land?" There is a lot in their story that can help us with what seems like our foreign land today.
 

This three-hour retreat is for you to have some space in community to engage with these questions. 

Still Ministries is offering this plus the material for free. You just have to email debbielaginskie@rogers.com for the zoom link.
 

Alternatively, you are welcome to the in-person two-part retreat with the same material on Sunday, January 15 and Sunday, January 22 from 12:30 until 2 p.m. at Lincoln Road Chapel. Again, email me and let me know if you are coming. 

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