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Advent Evening Retreat: 

Hope in the Midst of the Imperfect 


Event Information

Date:  Thursday, December, 3rd

Time:  6:00 - 8:00 P.M. 

This event will be held virtually on Zoom

In addition to gathering for prayer & reflection, we will step away from our screens and spend time in silent, prayerful reflection. Retreatants are encouraged to have their journals available and prepare a quiet, sacred space within their homes for this retreat.

Presenter: Kevin O'Donnell

Emmaus House Co-Director

"The Word became flesh and lived among us" (John 1:14)

Into a world that may, at times, seem confusing, divided, and broken, God enters. With a people who may experience struggle, loss, and illness, God resides. Whether 2,000 years ago or the year 2020, this hopeful truth remains: God enters, God resides.


During this holiday season, when our lives and celebrations may be not as we hoped, please join us for a quiet evening of prayer, as we listen for God's gentle voice reminding us of our true hope: God enters, God resides...even in these apparently imperfect moments of our lives.

Pre-registration is required and non-refundable for this event. Simply click the "Pay Now" button, and follow the steps to register online and reserve your seat. A third-party company handles our registrations so that we don't overbook events.  If registering online poses an obstacle to you, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.  Thank you!


Emmaus House relies upon the revenue from events, such as this Advent Evening Retreat, to help sustain its ministry. The suggested offering for this event is $15. To reserve your virtual seat, please click the "Pay Now" button below. 








If you are unable to afford the $15 registration cost at this time, we still want you to join us! Please contact us for additional information.


If you would like to partner with Emmaus House in its commitment to offer its services & events to those unable to afford the cost, we invite you to make a donation to our ongoing ministry & operations fund. We deeply appreciate your generosity!




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