SCNA Advent Prayer

Posted by Dana Hinton

December 10, 2021

A group of Associates in the Western Province gathered via Zoom on Sunday, December 5, 2021 to spend time together in prayer. Together they reflected on the Advent theme of “waiting”. The prayer was created and facilitated by Associates Marie Underwood, Joetta Davis, Mary Helline and Rosemary McAdam. Participants were appreciative of the opportunity to stay connected with one another.

During the prayer, participants were invited to share their blessings with one of two agencies during this Advent season and beyond. Director Beth Vetter invites others to also consider sharing of your time and/or financial resources with either Women in Circle or The Sister Visitor Center – both are agencies in the Louisville area that assist individuals struggling to meet their basic needs to live a healthy life.

3 Comments

  1. Liz

    Prayer support is with you!

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  2. Maggie Cooper

    Advent greetings to each of you! Great to hear about your unity in preparing spiritually for Christmas by prayer and sharing with the needy. Christmas blessings!

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  3. Blanche Correia SCN

    Blessings on each one of you dear associates

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