|Time and space for persons who search and hunger
for deeper and quieter prayer, desiring to know God more personally and
to spend time with Him.||
|There are several locations on the Victory Noll campus allowing time and space for private mediation, prayer and reflection.
|The labyrinth is a metaphor for life’s sacred
journey and offers a wonderful tool to deepen one’s own spirituality and
awareness of God’s all-pervasive presence.
Victory Noll Sisters strive to proclaim the Word
of God, foster justice, stand in solidarity with the poor and promote
the development of leaders with the core values of hospitality, justice,
simplicity and adaptability.
With Jan Parker and Cheri Krueckeberg
Saturday, January 31 9 - 1 p.m.
can feel so fragmented, pulled in a hundred directions. Or perhaps by
February there is the feeling that Spring will never come — we’re
restless and distracted. Join Jan Parker, Cheri Krueckeberg and Sue
Wilhelm to gather the fragments and bring them to Center: “Be Still and
know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10) Learn wellness and spiritual
practices that bring us to an awareness of God’s Presence.
Facilitators: Cheri Krueckeberg, Jan Parker & Sue Wilhelm
popular demand, we bring back Cheri Krueckeberg and Jan Parker. Cheri, a
yoga practitioner and teacher, is Assistant Professor of Social Work
and Gerontology Program Director at Manchester College.
Jan earned the certificate of completion in Training in Healing and
Transformation from CAPACITAR International, Inc. and currently
teaches wellness practices.
Wilhelm, Director of Victory Noll Center, is happy to join this team
offering her expertise in spirituality and the Labyrinth.