The 4 S’s of Spirituality: Silence, Solitude, Simplicity and Sacrament

Alan Kolp, Ph.D.

Four Mondays February 6, 13, 20 and 27    

7:00-9:00pm. $80.00

Course will be offered on Zoom

Spirituality is an alternative approach to doctrine when thinking about religion.  Spirituality begins with our experience of life and then works toward meaning and purpose.  We know that our contemporary culture tempts us with experiences devoid of purpose and only superficially meaningful.  However, spirituality lacks an inherent structure to reflect on life.  The 4 S’s of spirituality provide a structure not only to think about life, but begin to live differently and more deeply.  Each one of the S’s—silence, solitude, simplicity and sacrament—offers a creative way to look at a dimension of our life that can become more spiritual, more meaningful and more purposeful.