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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or Georgia Schmitz,BSN, FCP, RN at email@example.com for more information.
The Franciscan Artists consists of a group of artists from the West Michigan area who meet from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm every Wednesday at our Lowell Campus. Kathy Bechtel, art director, brings in an artist once a month to demonstrate new techniques and/or to get the artists started on a new activity. Cost: $7.50
Art reveals the evidence of our experiences and values; in observing and creating, the artist suggests themes that are essential to his character, and perpetuates the making and sharing of experience. Through art, subjects become significant to us in a unique ways, aesthetically and conceptually. The artist must be aware of the spacial and formal[...]