9 am Sunday, Jan. 24th the worship service for theSecond Sunday after the Epiphany,can be watched live streamed on You Tubeor via Zoom to connect via computer, smartphone or landline. Please email us to receive an invite for Zoom. Service are recorded and can be watched the next day on You Tube. Click here for bulletin.
Announcements Centering Prayer Retreat - Please RSVP via Signup Genius Invite, email us or call the office. (Limited space left) Centering prayer retreat and introductory sessions is a two-day offering. The second session on Saturday will build on the first session, but it can be taken alone. Thursday, January 28th, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm Saturday, January 30th, from 10:00 am to noon. If you resonate with one of these questions, you may be called to Centering Prayer.
Do you long for a deeper relationship with God?
Do you have a yearning for “something more” in your prayer life?
Do you feel “dry” in your prayer life, although you are faithful in saying your prayers?
If you resonate with one of these questions, you may be called to Centering Prayer.
What is Centering Prayer?
It is a silent prayer renewed from an ancient Christian contemplative practice.
It is a simple method of letting go of our thoughts and saying “yes” to the divine invitation of “Be still and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10)
This simple prayer opens our hearts and minds to the Indwelling Trinity who forever promises “I am with you always.” (Matthew 28:20)
It leads us to a deeper prayer life, communion with God, healing, and spiritual transformation.
Centering Prayer is offered every Monday to Friday at 7:30 am through Lent. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an invite for Zoom to connect via the internet or dial-in to listen.
“Faith Groups: Sharing our Lives, Growing in Faith”, a Diocesan-wide gathering with Bishop Carlye J. Hughes
On Friday evening, Jan. 29th, Bishop Carlye J. Hughes invites you to an diocesan-wide online worship during which the Bishop will give an address focused on the new ways we are called to be church as we move out of pandemic and into God’s direction for the church learning, and fellowship event on the last weekend of this month.
On Sat. Jan. 30, small groups of parish representatives will gather online for more information about how to use this pattern in your church and how it can deepen your faith.
Forward Day by Day for February through April is available. Please call or email the office if you want a copy mailed.
We Would Love to Have You JOIN US AT OUR VIRTUAL SERVICES! THE rEV. gEORGE wONG AND THE rEV. kEN bOCCINO