2020 Lenten Retreat
Saturday, February 29th

The Journey to Pascha is preceded with Forgiveness Sunday on Sunday, March 1

How can we begin this journey if we do not understand and practice Forgiveness?

Philoptochos is offering a one day parish wide retreat seminar on Forgiveness: From Wounds to Wisdom

In this full day retreat and workshop, we explore the meaning of forgiveness, what it is, what it is not. During breakout sessions, we will work through a process that will help us shift our view of ourselves, the offense, and the offender in a helpful and health-full manner.

Please join us as we welcome Cynthia Kostas. She graduated from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Brookline with a Masters of Theological Studies degree.  She has studied the integration of body and soul with spirit for the healing of the body and the total person from the perspective of a number of modalities. Cynthia Kostas leads retreats, seminars and workshops for audiences of varied beliefs on a wide range of topics pertaining to nurturing one’s spirit and enhancing one’s character. Her non-profit, Photophoros, has been announced by Metropolitan Isaiah of Denver as a ministry of the Metropolis of Denver.  Photophoros is committed to training and encouraging individuals to deepen their genuine connection to God by developing their spirit and integrating their soul and body according to ancient Christian principals.   


Saturday, February 29th
8:00 am Orthros
9:00 am Saturday of Souls Divine Liturgy
10:30 am Coffee
11:00 am - 4:45 p.m. Retreat, Lunch, Retreat
5:00 p.m. Vespers
$20 per person - pay at door Check to Philoptochos

Free Nursery care (ages 0-3) is available with registration by February 20th
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