Pierce County

Say YES to LOVE: Responding to God’s Presence in Everyday Life

Monday, April 13th, 2015 | 7pm – 9pm | St. Leo Church, Tacoma (we will meet in the office bldg. across from the church – just ring the bell!

Featuring Tacoma L’Arche Community Members and you!

Hear the  story of how the Tacoma L’Arche Community started when two people said YES to LOVE in a situation that arose in their daily lives. Bring your own story and join in conversation and reflection with other young adults and L’Arche community members about what it means for each of us to say YES to LOVE in everyday life.

Snacks will be provided as well as great community, conversation and reflection.

Visit our Facebook event to RSVP.

 

Earlier this year…

Storytelling as Spiritual Practice goes to Tacoma

Thursday, November 6, 2014 | 7:00 – 9:00 PM | St. Leo’s Parish, Tacoma

Tad Monroe, Facilitator

This evening was so well received in Seattle that we are offering it again in Tacoma.  Read the description below and visit our Facebook page to RSVP!

“Expecting the Unexpected”

Discernment happens amidst the dance of many stories: the story of scripture, the story of the church, and our own personal stories. Discernment happens first by examining and understanding where we and others have been and allowing that wisdom to inform where we are going.  Join us as we explore the art and practice of storytelling. We will talk about how and why story works and why it is such an important spiritual practice – particularly in the context of Ignatian spirituality.

Come to the evening having jotted down or at least thought about one experience where your expectation was met with the unexpected.

 

Rev. Tad Monroe is currently the Ecumenical and Multifaith Campus Minister at Seattle University. Tad is an ordained Presbyterian Pastor and has served two urban congregations in Tacoma. Tad is the co-founder and producer of Drunken Telegraph a live storytelling show and consults with organizations and individuals in the art and practice of storytelling. He also a writer and poet. Feel free to check out some of the Drunken Telegraph stories at their website – wwww.drunkentelegraph.com