St. George’s Episcopal Church in Clarendon will host a day long reflection on:
What does it mean to be single in a society that tells us we are incomplete until we meet “the one”?
Come spend the day with fellow single adult Christians of all ages and types – always single, divorced, separated, widowed – to discuss this and more. We will learn, talk, listen, participate and celebrate with fellow single members of the church, exploring questions such as: What does it mean to be single in the Episcopal Church? Is being single a calling? What does the Bible say about being single? What is my version of singleness? How do we juggle all of this in our lives? We will end the day by sharing the Holy Eucharist. While the day is designed especially for single adult Episcopalians, ALL ARE WELCOME.
Continental breakfast and lunch provided. Suggested donation $20.
Street parking and Metro accessibility (Virginia Square Station)
FOR MORE INFORMATION & TO REGISTER
Please send Name, Contact information, and Number attending to:
firstname.lastname@example.org by November 2