A Night of Hope
Monday, October 26 | 6:30 – 8:00 PM
We all carry burdens in life, burdens that weigh us down and cause us to be anxious of heart and mind. 2020 has certainly not been an easy year with all the upheaval in the world, and yet, there is hope. Living in hope means that we can give a name to our hope, Jesus Christ, who offers us comfort and strength.
Jesus knows our burdens better than anyone else and offers himself freely to us so that we can find rest for our soul. Jesus is the ultimate healer and the Divine Physician. It is by his wounds that we all have been healed (1 Peter 2:24).
Join Bishop Ricken for a virtual night of hope, where we will pray together and ask for the Lord’s guidance in our lives so that we can continue to live in hope. All are welcome to participate!