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Sat, Sep 14


Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center

Consider The Lilies: A Guided Contemplative Walk

Break the cycle of burnout, anxiety, and hurry. Come and practice rest with us on a journey inspired by Jesus' words in Matthew 6.

Consider The Lilies: A Guided Contemplative Walk
Consider The Lilies: A Guided Contemplative Walk

Time & Location

Sep 14, 2024, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center, 8400 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX 78231, USA

About the event

We need more than solitude and self-care to break the cycle of burnout, anxiety, and rushing. We need the support of others, the guidance of scripture, and the space to consider. Our walk provides a simple, repeatable method of slowing down. It's an interactive journey to refreshment, renewal, and peace that follows biblical rhythms and centuries-old practices.  Break free from exhaustion and find rest for your souls.

What This Walk Offers: 

  • Practical exercises for walking with God. 
  • Tips for hearing God’s voice and recognizing God’s guidance. 
  • Intentional space for stillness, listening, and slowing down.
  • A rhythm you can use daily for spiritual growth, discernment, and transformation.
  • Opportunity for personal reflection and connection with others. 
  • A method for becoming more aware of God’s presence in the everyday rhythms of life. 

 Important Details: 

  • We'll begin promptly at 6:00 P.M. Please arrive early!
  • Bring Your Walking Shoes!
  • Limited to 12 spots
  • Walk is mostly on flat and even terrain
  • Remember to bring water, sunscreen, and bug spray
  • We’ll walk a max of two miles at an accessible pace

Workshop by Created Ministry and Returning to Joy.

About your co-hosts: Ashley Rogers has dedicated over 20 years to guiding people of all artistic abilities, facilitating a connection with the healing heart of God through the creative arts. Gabrielle Michelle Leonard distills biblical truths into actionable wisdom, enabling individuals to navigate through identity and calling with clarity and momentum, shifting from stagnation to hopeful progression.

What past participants have said:

"One of the most refreshing breaths of fresh air I have ever taken."

"I learned how to be present and felt more at ease, knowing that God is walking right beside me. I began to get more revelation about my purpose and my next steps toward that purpose."

"It was very simple, however, it showed me that “walking with God” wasn’t just a metaphor."


  • General Admission

    This ticket includes a nature walk field guide.

    +Service fee



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