Lenten Quiet Days

Most Lents, we have offered a half-day Quiet Day.  The Quiet Day has taken a variety of forms, including a more traditional afternoon of talks and times for reflection; a more experiential gathering that focused on the experience of the Gospel through the visual, through touch, and through smell, and a more physical expression, combining yoga, meditation, and movement.

On Wednesdays in Lent, we gather for Compline, a light meal, and a program.  Some of the programs are more service oriented like making soap for clients to use at St. Martin’s Hospitality Center or dresses for children in Haiti, or more inwardly focused, like decorating your own votive candle to be used at home during Lent.