PLEASE NOTE LOCATION CHANGE!!
We are pleased to announce that, NEXT WEEK, on Wednesday, April 1st, the First United Methodist Church, 388 S 1st Ave, at 3rd St, will be hosting our final 2015 Lenten Soup for the Soul Luncheon.
The Theological Center in Naples ~ SEVENTEENTH Annual
Lenten Soup for the Soul ~ 2015
A Luncheon Series for the Greater Naples Community
Sponsored by the Theological Center in Naples
“The Activity of the Holy Spirit”
From Creation to Pentecost, in our everyday lives and activities-even unto the present time, the Spirit makes itself known, inspiring our thoughts and actions, from the miraculous, to physical healings, to life changing, soul-shaking, Metanoia personality transformations. Explore with us how the Spirit blesses our lives on a daily basis. This season our speakers will share their thoughts and experiences on the activity of the Holy Spirit.
We invite you to join us from Noon-1PM each Wednesday during Lent for a simple meal and reflection offered by spiritual leaders in our community.
Your donations to cover expenses and to support the mission of The Theological Center In Naples are appreciated. There will be signing for the hearing impaired each week.
Presenter: Rev Diane Scribner Clevenger (Unity of Naples)
Location: St Paul’s Episcopal (3901 Davis Blvd, East of Airport)
Presenter: Dr Kirt Anderson (Naples Community Church)
Location: Vanderbilt Pres (1225 Piper Bv-off Immokalee-opposite Sam’s Club)
Presenter: Dr Jack Haberer (Vanderbilt Presbyterian)
Location: Mayflower Congregational UCC (2900 County Barn - off Davis)
Presenter: Deacon Mark Leonard (San Marco Catholic)
Location: St John the Evangelist Catholic (625 111th Ave N-West of 41)
Presenter Chaplain Michael Harper (Naples Community Hospital)
Location: Trinity-by-the-Cove (553 Galleon Dr-off Gordon Dr)
April 1 (NOTE, LOCATION CHANGE!)
Presenter: Nicole Partin, Certified Celebrant (Hodges-Josberger Funeral Home)
Location: First United Methodist (388 S 1st Ave, at 3rd St)
Luncheon provided by: Celebration Community Beach Church
THE THEOLOGICAL CENTER IN NAPLES IS COMMITTED TO RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND OUTREACH AMONG COMMUNITIES OF FAITH,
WHILE FOSTERING DIALOG, TOLERANCE, AND HARMONY