ACTS

Adoration, Community, Theology & Service

Little Flower Parish is now accepting applications for the Summer 2021 Women’s Retreat weekend. This parish-based retreat offers the opportunity to renew your spirituality, to strengthen your faith and its application in your daily life, and to build lasting friendships. It is presented by your fellow parishioners.

The retreat begins Thursday evening, June 3, with check-in at 6:00pm at Little Flower Church.
Transportation will be provided to and from the retreat center in Fremont, OH. The retreat concludes at the 11:00am Mass on Sunday (Little Flower), with a reception following. Retreatants must be present for the entire weekend experience.

Approximately 7-10 days prior to the retreat, you will receive a letter describing what to bring with you (clothing, reading material, etc.) for the weekend.

The cost of the retreat is $240.00. A deposit of $75.00 is needed to reserve your place, and the remaining balance ($165.00) is to be paid Thursday evening at the beginning of the retreat. Please send in your completed registration form along with the deposit to reserve your spot on the retreat. Make checks payable to Little Flower Parish.

Please note: Financial difficulties should not prevent anyone from attending this retreat. If you wish to inquire about financial assistance or if you have questions about the ACTS Retreat or Registration, please contact Chelsea Mouch (chelseajmouch@gmail.com) or 419.966.4454.

ACTS Men’s Retreat

November 4-7, 2021 | Information Coming Soon

 

Adoration, Community, Theology and Service

Little Flower Parish has the distinction of being the first parish in the state of Ohio to introduce the ACTS parish based retreat. More than a simple retreat “program”, ACTS is designed to implement the New Evangelization in a way that transforms parishes into intentional disciples. Founded in San Antonio, TX in 1987, ACTS is now a national and international movement.

ACTS retreats are structured on the foundation of Adoration, Community, Theology and Service.

Parishioners come together to experience how their daily lives are fundamentally impacted by the Word and Sacraments of our faith. Through a weekend retreat (men’s and women’s) and through small faith communities, parishioners are led to live their faith more intentionally on a personal and community level.