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.
For general information about the Encounter School of Ministry, visit https://encounterschool.org/.