Date: March 7, 2015
Time: 11–5 pm
Location: Christie House and Chapel
When we commit to a quiet time with God, the stress and busyness of regular life falls away. The deeper, more peaceful parts of ourselves emerge and in that stillness, we feel more in touch with the Divine. In Lent, quiet time is especially precious as we ponder the deeper meaning of Jesus’ sacrifice and shine light in our dark corners. It’s also wonderful to do a day of silence in community. By honoring each other’s response to the call to silence, a new connection often emerges.
On March 7, much of the Epiphany campus will be devoted to silence.
11 am: Orientation to Day of Quiet in the Christie House Library
11:15 Introduction to Visio Divina
12:15–12:45pm: Buffet Lunch in the Christie House Library
1 pm Guided Meditation with Pieter Drummond in the Chapel
4:30–5 pm: Evening Prayer with Taizé chant
Feel free to come for as long or as short as you like
There will be:
+ Candles and Taizé music going in the Chapel
+ Visio Divina and other prayer exercises as well as Art supplies in the Christie House Library
+ Tea, coffee and snacks in the Christie House Kitchen
+ Lunch buffet in Christie House from 12:15–12:45 pm
+ Doyt will be our chaplain if theological or pastoral issues arise in your contemplation.
Prayer exercises and art examples will be available for inspiration. A guided meditation will be offered in the Chapel the afternoon. Feel free to come for any part or all of this experience.
Questions? Please contact Diana Bender.