Late in the Epiphany Season, Rev. Kay preached a sermon about aligning our gifts and values to embody the ministry of Jesus in our world. She asked this question: What is your call to service in the name of Christ?
Before we can answer that question, we need a robust sense of identity. We need to understand who we are and how our personality influences the way we interact with the world in which we live. The Enneagram is one way to engage in that conversation; and we are fortunate to have someone in our congregation who can facilitate our introduction to this tool for spiritual and psychological growth.
Leigh Marciniak is passionate about sharing the wisdom of the Enneagram with others, and has led many workshops over the years. On Saturday, May 12, Leigh will lead an Enneagram workshop at Trinity from 9am to Noon.
his program is meant to help you explore yourself and how you present yourself to others, using the tool of the Enneagram. The Enneagram refers to the nine different types or styles, with each representing a worldview that resonates with the way people think, feel and act in relation to the world, others and themselves. Your personal Enneagram core type is like a lens from which you make sense of your individuality, perspective and human interaction.
If you plan to participate in the May 12 workshop, please visit the following link to assess your Enneagram type.
After you have taken the online Enneagram test, please email Leigh, no later than May 6, and let her know what Enneagram type you are. This will enable Leigh to prepare materials in advance. Her email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please forward this email to friends, family, and neighbors who might be interested in the Enneagram workshop. All are welcome!