The Encounter School of Ministry, which seeks to teach, equip and activate disciples to demonstrate the love of God through the power of the Holy Spirit, will present a series of Summer Intensive evening sessions Aug. 1-4 at the Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola, 9993 N. Military Trail.
The classes will cover the first four quarters of the school’s curriculum: Identity and Transformation; Hearing God and the Prophetic Gifts of the Holy Spirit; Power and Healing; and Inner Healing and Freedom.
The presenters will be Father Frank D’Amato, parochial vicar at St. Jude Parish in Tequesta; Jaimee Perez, a clinical psychologist; Deacon Pete Delvalle, director of the Office of Permanent Diaconate Formation and who serves as pastoral associate at St. Therese de Lisieux Parish in Wellington; and Kim Engel, director of the Palm Beach campus of the Encounter School.
The cost to attend in person is $95 per person for the four nights or $80 to attend the virtual livestreamed sessions. Discounts are available for clergy, religious, college students, parish ministry leaders, seminarians and currently enrolled Encounter students.
Register at https://encountersoflo.regfox.com/encounterpbsummerintensive2022.
For general information about the Encounter School of Ministry, visit https://encounterschool.org/.
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