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Join us for Lenten soul-tending sessions

Lent is a time of renewal, a time of growth, a time to prune away the old and allow God’s words to enrich our hearts so that God’s will may be planted, watered and nurtured into new life.

You are invited to First Presbyterian Church for a series of Lenten Soul-Tending programs. Come to our Fellowship Hall each Thursday at noon during Lent, from March 7 to April 11.

There will be a soul-tending “exercise” with a soup lunch afterward.

*Thursday, noon: Sanctuary: Creating a Space for Grace. Guide is Leigh Anderson

*March 14, noon: Breath and Connection: A Gentle Yoga Experience. Guide is Danielle Blain

*March 21, noon: Soul Gardening: Everyday Acres Daylilies “New Every Morning…” Guide is Clyde Grammon

*March 28, noon: Celestial Artistry: Talents Provided by the Holy Spirit. Guides is Sarah Freeman and Brenda Hicks      

*April 4, noon: Meditative Music. Guides: Darrell Day and Mary Lessley

*April 11, noon: A Walk to Jerusalem. Guide: Rev. Joan Gandy

Mark your calendars: First Presbyterian Church, Fellowship Hall, beginning Thursday. Join us for an inspiring Soul-Tending Lenten journey. All are welcome!

Leigh Anderson is an elder and First Presbyterian Church Congregational Life Ministry chairman.

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