Visio Divina, or "sacred seeing" is an ancient spiritual practice (also a form of prayer) that helps us enable our hearts and imaginations to enter a sacred image in silence to see what the divine might be saying to us.
Evelyn Jadin (she/her/hers) feels a call to accompany people in their spiritual lives. In particular, she loves holding space for people to explore Spirit through the use of expressive arts and spiritual practices. Over the past 15 years, Evelyn has served in a variety of ministerial roles at different Quaker organizations. Evelyn lives with her wife Mary and their goofy dog Gracie, and two equally grumpy and silly cats named Pesto and Jezebel.