Tuesday | September 22 | 6:30 pm | On Zoom
Many people find that praying the Daily Office helps add a sense of regularity and balance to their prayer life. The Daily Office can help center you in the morning before you begin your busy day, and it can help calm you as you prepare for the hours of the night.The Daily Office is based on the ancient practice of prescribed daily times of prayer. The name comes from the Latin officium divinum, meaning “divine office” or “divine duty.” These services include readings from the Psalms, Old Testament, New Testament, and a Gospel reading as well as prayers and confession. Join Linzi Stahlecker and Diane Carlisle to learn more about Daily Prayer and how we will engage in this ancient practice at Epiphany. Email Diane Carlisle at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link.