Join 'The Quest to Experience God' March 7 in Elgin
Join a free talk and discussion asking "Is There A Spiritual Revolution Changing How People Experience Life?" on Saturday, March 7.
Have you ever asked if there more to life than what you are experiencing? How do you find a deeper, lasting, and more satisfying peace or happiness that might fill the emptiness inside?
"A Spiritual Revolution: The Quest to Experience God," explores the search for individual meaning in relation to an expansive source of goodness: God.
Speaker Giulia Nesi Tetreau has spent years studying the subject of life and identity for herself and others, first as a psychotherapist and subsequently through cultivating an understanding of spirituality as a practitioner of Christian Science healing.
"Despite professional accomplishments in psychotherapy and having achieved everything I had been told would make me happy, I still had this empty feeling inside, and felt dissatisfied and restless," Nesi said recently. "I wanted to feel and actually experience a power or influence that was larger than what I knew, and that I could lean on this power no matter what I was dealing with."
In the talk, Nesi will share how she experienced a "spiritual revolution" in her own life by reading the book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, written by Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of the Christian Science movement. The ideas in the book, along with a fresh view of the Bible, gave her an entirely new perspective on life that resulted in deeper meaning and even physical healings, not only for herself but also for others. In this role she has served on the faculty and conducted seminars at Harvard Medical School's Conference Spirituality and Healing in Medicine. She is now a member of the international speakers' bureau, the Christian Science Board of Lectureship.
"A Spiritual Revolution: The Quest to Experience God" talk and discussion is free and open to the public. It will begin at 2 p.m. in the Art Studio Room near the Heritage Ballroom entrance at The Centre of Elgin, 100 Symphony Way, Elgin.
The program is sponsored by First Church of Christ, Scientist, Geneva and Christian Science Society of Elgin.
For more information, contact (630) 232-2868 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.