The Milwalking Retreat is a spiritual journey through the city of Milwaukee that takes place Sunday, April 23, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., beginning at Sensenbrenner Hall.
Join Campus Ministry on a walk exploring revitalized architecture throughout downtown Milwaukee to the exuberant lakefront, where the waves gently lap the rocky coast and leaves dance in the wind.
Beneath the relentless rhythms of city life beats the heart of God. When the world seems to be spinning out of control, a walk can restore your sense of inner peace. In the Milwalking retreat, you get a chance to slow down, relax and appreciate your presence. A great opportunity to explore the city… and your soul.
“In a city, perhaps more than in any other locale, we have God’s face all around us, if we look for it—not in the sky, but in the face of others … cities can show us how varied we are as human beings: varied in ethnicity, race, age, style, and health. We might think the cityscape hides God, but in a unique way, a metropolis reveals God’s presence through the diversity of His children, for all are created in God’s image.” — Marcy Heidish ‘Soul and the City: Finding God in the Noise and Frenzy of Life
Learn more and register online here.