Lenten and Easter Retreat for Suicide Survivors

1 03 2017

I have never attempted suicide – and I’m sure I know a few folks who are survivors (of whom I am aware and who I may not be aware) – this could be a great online Lenten retreat/practice if you are a survivor of Suicide. I am re-blogging this pastor’s intro to the online-retreat and you can find her first retreat post for Ash Wednesday here: https://maryrobincraig.com/2017/03/01/ash-wednesday-retreat-for-suicide-survivors/

Blessings.

Mary Robin Craig

green-river-1  This 2017 Lenten and Easter seasons, I am offering a free online retreat via this blog for those who have lost loved ones to suicide.  This means that I will be posting on this topic on Wednesdays and Sundays, with something each time designed to serve as a springboard for prayer, meditation, or contemplation ~ however you choose to characterize a time of quiet for yourself or a small group.

Because Lent and Easter are seasons in the Christian Church, and because I am a Christian (Presbyterian) pastor and spiritual director, these posts will have a Christian flavor and tone.  However, I am ecumenical in outlook, and will endeavor to make this a hospitable space for anyone who stops by, whether of any faith or none.  All are welcome.

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