Programs Which Foster Dignity and Hope
in the Sacred Process of All Life
Two Locations. One Mission.
Since our founding by the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist in 1972, the Franciscan Life Process Center has assisted in the education, healthy development and cultural enrichment of individuals and communities of people throughout the greater Grand Rapids area and Kent County.
Our Mission: To promote a relationship with God that brings dignity and hope to the sacred process of all life through programs that assist, educate, enrich and inform.
Are you good at sewing, quilting, knitting or crocheting? If so, we would love to have you join us for a time of friendship and creating beautiful things that benefit children and adults in need. We meet every Friday morning from 9:30 AM – noon. This group has no cost.
Caramel corn is frequently purchased as a tasty holiday treat, but homemade caramel corn is extra delicious and easy to make! Sister Anna Rose Kalinowski, FSE will share her recipe and demonstrate other ways to make your popcorn a stand out gift and special treat for your Christmas gatherings.
A group for mothers of infants and young children held the second and fourth Tuesday mornings of each month, 9:00-10:30 a.m. Lap/nursing children welcome. Contact Laura Chapin, LMSW, at email@example.com or Georgia Schmitz,BSN, FCP, RN at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.