Wintergarden Weekend Update
Dearest Faith community-
We are working on streamlining weekly communication so you will receive fewer emails but with more information. Included in this email will be information about things happening around the church Friday through Monday. This will include Family Fun Nights, Events in the Garden, Workdays, Worship and Sunday School Information, and Lectio Divina. If you have questions, please let me know! Click HERE to send me an email.
|Worship with Wintergarden on|
Sunday, December 19, 2021
Sacred Space service @ 8:30 a.m.Outdoors by the Fountain and on Facebook LiveWe will gather for our Sacred Space Meditation outdoors
by the fountain online and in-person at 8:30 am.
Relaxed Traditional service @ 9:30 a.m.
Indoors and on Facebook LiveWe gather at our Relaxed Traditional Service at 9:30,indoors with masks on for those not fully vaccinated or on Facebook Live. How to access services online:Join for Facebook Both Worship Services:
Remember, you do not need a
Facebook Account to join us for worship.
You can also click HEREfor the Facebook link. Click HERE for the link for the bulletin.
CLOSE TO HOME
Fourth Sunday of Advent Seeking Sanctuary
Following our Christmas Eve Eve service on Thursday evening at 4pm, everyone is invited to a time of fellowship. Following fellowship, we will gather for a light supper to watch The Chosen Christmas Special. All are invited and welcome to join.
Lectio Divina will RESUME on Monday, January 3!All are welcome to join us as we continue to engage in the spiritual practice of Lectio Divina together as a community.
Consider joining Lectio Divina as a new spiritual practice for the New Year!
We will gather via zoom for an intentional time of listening, reflecting, responding, and resting in the Word of God. We will meet on Mondays from 8-9 am.
Here are some details about Lectio Divina.
Lectio Divina, literally meaning “divine reading,” is an ancient practice of praying the Scriptures. During Lectio Divina, the person listens to the text of the Bible with the “ear of the heart,” as if he or she is in conversation with God, and God is suggesting the topics for discussion.
There are four movements for Lectio Divina:
1. Lectio: (Listening to the Word of God or Reading God’s Word)
2. Meditatio: (Reflecting on the Word of God)
3. Oratio: (Responding to the Word of God)
4. Contemplatio: (Resting in the Word of God)
Here is the Zoom Link:
Join Zoom Meeting: Click HERE
Meeting ID: 878 3208 0869
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