How is the value of spirituality lived out during the service year?

JVs spend one night a week participating in a spirituality/reflection night with their JV community members.  JVs take turns planning these nights for each other by creating a place to explore and talk about the faith or tradition of each individual, as well as that of that of the community. Spirituality nights are also an opportunity to explore new ways of experiencing the divine, reflecting about experiences, and forming trust within community. JVs should be ready to openly and honestly discuss their spiritual and reflective journeys and be open to hearing and experiencing the contributions of their community members as well.

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