Events

The Healing Power of Silence: A silent, directed retreat

The Healing Power of Silence: A silent, directed retreat

February 25, 2022 – February 27, 2022

Scripture, science and experience tell us that we all should cultivate silence in our lives. If we know this, why do we resist it? If you want “to learn to better wait in silence,” a silent, directed retreat might be what you’re looking for.

God of the Hurt and Broken, Prayers for Healing

God of the Hurt and Broken, Prayers for Healing

February 13, 2022

Our faith traditions tell us that Jesus invited the sick to seek healing, the broken to seek wholeness. In that spirit, on this day we pray for God’s healing touch on those who suffer from injury, illness and other heavy burdens.

“Saint Luke,” early 1330s ?, by Simone Martini (Italian Sienese), 1284-1344) The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.

The Inclusive Community: Jesus in Luke’s Gospel

February 12, 2022 – February 15, 2022

Who was the evangelist we call Luke? Why did he write his gospel? We will study these questions and explore the personal meaning of the scriptures by focusing on the lectionary readings from the Gospel of Luke that we will hear during Sunday liturgies in 2022.

Sacred Time: Embracing an Intentional Way of Life

Sacred Time: Embracing an Intentional Way of Life

January 8, 2022 – February 22, 2022

Reading Christine Valters Paintner’s latest book, we’ll learn through meditation exercises and creative practices how to live more intentionally with the natural rhythms of sacred time to ground ourselves and embrace rest, reflection and growth.

Taizé for January: Reclaim, Renew Your Life

Taizé for January: Reclaim, Renew Your Life

January 6, 2022

The dawn of a new year is the time to reclaim your life. “Come and be with us Holy Spirit,” will be our prayer as we gather in January for our Taizé prayer service.

Through the Eyes of St. Joseph: An Advent Day of Prayer

Through the Eyes of St. Joseph

December 11, 2021

Presented by Fr. Ron Will On this Advent Day of Prayer, we will contemplate the experience of God being born into human flesh as Jesus of Nazareth, looking at the experience through the eyes of St. Joseph, his foster father.

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Taizé for December: Advent Anticipation

December 2, 2021

In-person offering. An ecumenical, meditative prayer experience using music, chants and scripture. The service will also be live-streamed.

Taizé for November: Native American Heritage Month

Taizé for November: Native American Heritage Month

November 4, 2021

We gather in November to honor our indigenous brothers and sister at the start of Native American Heritage Month. Our November Taizé prayer will incorporate elements of Native American prayer. We will praise God and pray for healing among nations.

The Malongwe Health Facility in western Tanzania.

Faith in Action: Missionary Work in Tanzania

October 25, 2021

Fr. Tim Coday updates the community on his ministry in the Tanzanian missions, especially his work at the Malongwe health facility. He will show photographs and videos and tell lots of stories.

Taizé for October: Caring for God’s Creation

Taizé for October: Caring for God’s Creation

October 7, 2021

We gather in October to praise our Maker, the One who loved the world into being, the One who breathes life into all things that live and made us stewards of creation. An icon of St. Francis, patron saint of ecology, will help focus our meditation.