Pausing: Rediscovering Sabbath
A Virtual Day Retreat
Saturday, 4 September 2021 – 9:30am-3:00pm ET
(This retreat has been cancelled)
Many of us are rediscovering the wisdom of sabbath in a world that prizes busyness and productivity over rest and renewal. You are invited to drink the “living water” of sabbath living and re-fill your cup! Sabbath is more than just going to church. Allow your heart and soul room to exhale with this day of prayer and rest.
This day of prayer will invite you to:
- fill your well with life-giving things
- slow down your busyness
- develop helpful boundaries that foster sabbath moments
- learn how to become a contemplative in action
You are invited to set aside much of the day to fully engage in this spiritual retreat. There will be three live talks at 9:30am, 11:30am, and 2:00pm ET (optional sharing takes place after the final talk).
Between talks you are invited to spend time in silence and prayer. You will be provided with suggestions on how to make your home a sacred space for this time of retreat.
- Guidance on how to make your home a space apt for a retreat
- Three live talks
- Handouts with guided prayer prompts
- Music for meditation
- Scripture suggestions
- An opportunity for sharing of graces at the end of the retreat
- A closing Examen
Andy Otto is a spiritual director, author, and the creator of God In All Things. He has led retreats and given talks on Ignatian spirituality around the United States and internationally. Andy holds an MA in Theology and Ministry from Boston College and has been inspired by the wisdom of St Ignatius of Loyola since his days as a Jesuit in formation. Presently, he works in Ignatian ministries in Atlanta, GA where he lives with his wife Sarah and two children. He is the author of God Moments: Unexpected Encounters in the Ordinary.
This retreat has been cancelled.