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SoulCollage workshop offered at Ripley Chapel on March 2

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The following was submitted by Ripley Chapel at First Congregational Church:

Live in-person from the stunning Ripley Chapel at First Congregational Church, 21 Church St., Jane Ring Frank, certified SoulCollage® facilitator, will offer an introductory workshop to this deep, spiritual practice on Saturday, March 2, from 9 a.m. – noon.

SoulCollage® is a collage process for accessing your intuitive wisdom. Even though this is an “art project,” it is accessible, and anyone can do it. You don’t need to be an artist to create beautiful SoulCollage® cards with rich meaning and messages for your life.

The practice was created by Seena Frost, M. Div., M.A in the late 1990’s as she was working with clients in California.

All materials and direction are included to inspire your creative journey. Using scissors, glue, images, photos, and 8” X 5” mat board, you will be led on a path of self-discovery.

No art experience necessary. If you have attended in the past, feel free to participate!

SoulCollage® offers grace-filled space to fuel your own forgotten flow of calm and creativity during this season of Lent.

You must register to attend. To register for the workshop, contact Jane Ring Frank at 857-919-0983 or at jringfrank@gmail.com.

Although there is no charge for the workshop, a freewill offering will be taken.

All materials, snacks, and drinks are included.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Ripley Chapel can be found at First Congregational Church. The entry to the building is located on the Vine Street side of the church. Please use the accessible ramp entrance, and Ripley Chapel will be directly to your right as you enter the building.

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