Sarah offers a gentle guided reflection on Easter
Sarah Miller is leading an online Easter retreat on the theme of ‘Accepting your Now and Trusting the Silence’.
“Easter Saturday is often a day in the Easter Story that gets skipped,” writes Sarah. “We more naturally hone in on Good Friday and Easter Sunday, passing over this day in-between. But Easter Saturday wasn't skipped in God's timings and plans for this momentous week in history. Easter Saturday is part of his unfolding story of Easter week too.”
Sarah is offering an opportunity to think a bit more about Easter Saturday, and join her for two gentle, reflective guided sessions exploring this day and the blessings and lessons it may hold for us.
Those taking part will take some time together to think about Accepting Your Now and Trusting the Silence. The sessions will be made available online, via a closed Facebook group, at the start of Holy Week so you can come to them in your own time and fit them around the flow of your Easter and any church events and family commitments you may have.
“They are unobtrusive and private,” explains Sarah. “You choose where you want to be to do them, when you want to do them and how you want to be involved as you go along. I am the only voice you will hear - you are not required to be seen, speak or join in any group activities. The aim is for you to retreat, in your own space, in your own time, to relax and hear from the Lord's heart for you.”
To find out more go to www.faithintheunfolding.com where you can book your place by heading to the shop.
The cost is £10s (or £11.99 with p&p) which includes an accompanying Gift Pack, including some things to enjoy, a little craft to make and an accompanying journal.
Faith in the Unfolding aims to be an open, spacious, gentle, retreat ministry, helping folks meet with God along life's way. It is hosted by Sarah Miller, a home-schooling mum, part-time administrator and Vicar's Wife near Norwich. With degrees in both English Literature and Applied Theology, and over 20 years’ experience in church ministry, Sarah describes herself as a spiritual magpie: finding things of God in all sorts of places. It is her joy to craft the retreats where these things can be shared helpfully and meaningfully with others.
Pictured above is Sarah Miller