Sundays, September 11 – December 18
9:15 & 11am | Plaza Midwood
Most of us live in such a way that that arrival is our goal.
Arriving at a specific place in life financially, physically, relationally, socially, or professionally can be sole longing all the while missing out on the beauty of the pathway on which we find ourselves.
What if the path became more our destination?
What if our sacred journeys (because, yes, each of our journeys is most sacred) are an extension of a great invitation to know God and be known by God in the process?
In the great mystery of walking with God there is a stream of questions that have perplexed spiritual pilgrims since time began, and when we look closely at the four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, we find four great spiritual questions of all time…
How do we face change?
How do we move through suffering?
How do we receive joy?
How do we mature?
We invite you to come and soak in this Autumn teaching series at Watershed and to explore this ancient, never-ending spiritual pilgrimage. Come, and echo these same questions for yourself that have been asked by those who have walked the path long before you.
And, in the process, may you not just know God… but continue to know Him, each step of the way.
“The Shepherd laughed too. “I love doing preposterous things,” he replied. “Why, I don’t know anything more exhilarating and delightful than turning weakness into strength, and fear into faith, and that which has been marred into perfection. If there is one thing more than mother which I should enjoy doing at this moment it is turning a jellyfish into a mountain goat. That is my special work,” he added with the light of a great joy in his face. “Transforming things —to take Much-Afraid, for instance, and to transform her into—“ He broke off and then went on laughingly. “Well, we shall see later on what she finds herself transformed into.”
― Hannah Hurrand, Hind Feet on High Places