Holy Solitude: Lenten Reflections, The Reverend Heidi Haverkamp | Sunday, February 4 at 9 am
Holy Solitude: Lenten Reflections with Saints, Hermits, Prophets, and Rebels-A Special Event with The Reverend Heidi Haverkamp, Sunday, February 4th, presentation at 9 am.
Child care will be available from 8:45am to the normal Formation time. Nursery will be open from 8:45am until end of service.
The Rev. Heidi Haverkamp will be joining us to preach and speak about her second book, Holy Solitude: Lenten Reflections with Saints, Hermits, Prophets, and Rebels. From the back cover, "Our faith is full of heroes who experienced God powerfully in solitude. In the vast desert or a tiny room, solitude―frightening for some and a welcome reprieve for others―is far from an antisocial self-indulgence but rather is an opportunity for transformation and empowerment to serve God’s people ever more deeply."
Copies of the book will be available for sale or you can order one from Amazon or Barnes & Noble. She'll also be leading two retreats based on the book at the Nicholas Center Feb. 18-19 or 22-23.
Join us at 9:00 AM for Heidi's presentation and 10:00 AM for worship and to hear her preach.
Heidi is an author, retreat leader, and Episcopal priest. For ten years, she served in parish ministry in Chicago and Bolingbrook, Illinois. Her first book, Advent in Narnia: Reflections for the Season was published in September 2015 by Westminster John Knox Press. She received her M.Div. from The University of Chicago Divinity School in 2006 and a certificate in Anglican studies from Seabury-Western Theological Seminary (now Bexley Seabury) a year later. She now lives in DeKalb, Illinois with her husband Adam.