Spirituality

The center of life for the Presentation Sisters is prayer. While we are busy with our active ministry, we make time for personal and communal prayer and praise a daily priority in our lives.

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Leadership Camps

Both leadership camps encourage a closer relationship with God while providing a safe, supportive and faith-filled environment to talk about the hopes, dreams and challenges of your Christian faith.

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Health Care

The Presentation Sisters often refer to the employees of the Avera Health system as “our heart and hands.” This is because the lay women and men are truly partners in ministry with the Presentation and Benedictine Sisters.

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Social Justice

Care for Creation/Earth Sustainability - Efforts to care for the earth and its resources have been a part of life for the Presentation Sisters for many years. Two significant renewable energy efforts include an 80-foot wind turbine and 125 solar panels that supplement the Convent’s electricity usage.

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Cojourners

Cojourners, our lay associates, partner with the Presentation Sisters while they continue their own vocation and career.

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Presentation Sisters are a vowed faith community who share the mission of Jesus.

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