Remain in My Love: A Lenten Retreat with The Stillness Collective
Join us in NYC
If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you. This is to my Father’s glory, that you bear much fruit, showing yourselves to be my disciples. As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Now remain in my love. - John 15:9
As you journey through Lent this year, what does it mean to you to believe in and remain in God’s love, to fully surrender to his unconditional love and embrace?
What would it look like for you to accept love in vulnerability, exactly as you are, without striving to earn love or cover up your true self?
As you follow God’s invitation to receive his transformational love, what hidden parts of you might he heal and release to the light?
What deep desires might find expression? What fruit are you invited to bear?
Join The Stillness Collective for a Lenten retreat featuring guided reflections on Scripture, live music, and time for meditating on the freely given grace of God’s love.
A Lenten Retreat in New York City
When: March 4th, 9:30am - 1pm
Where: Coram Deo, Midtown Manhattan
First Floor and Courtyard
Included: All participants receive a retreat guide and access to recorded
Price: $65 (Register by February 22nd with code EARLYBIRD for 10% off)
Scholarships are available - please reach out if cost is an issue
A breakfast of bagels, coffee and fruit will be provided
“I attended the Advent Retreat hosted by the Stillness Collective this past December. Living in New York City, which is marked by the rhythms of hurriedness, striving, and busyness, Janine, Carrie and David created an inviting space for deep contemplation. The thoughtful intentionality allowed me to slow down, engage, and attune my thoughts, senses and emotions toward God’s love and grace for me. This interior reordering helped me wait in the stillness of His presence and to be receptive to His invitation of wonder, awe and hope. The Stillness Collective is a true gift to busy New Yorkers!”
Love is transformational only when it is received in vulnerability . . . It is not the fact of being loved unconditionally that is life-changing. It is the risky experience of allowing myself to be loved unconditionally.
- David Benner, Surrender to Love