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Wednesday Worship, Study & Fellowship resumes on 1/19/22
March 16 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm EST
Wednesday Night Programs
This on Zoom.
You can join fellow parishioners online for Evening Prayer at 5:30 pm, followed at 6:00 pm by our study topic and continued conversation at 7:00 pm. You can choose to come for all or part of our evening together. Register by going to the Adult Learning page at doers.org
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. This link will be emailed each Wednesday to all registered attendees.
Contact for Zoom link: Donna Horizon, (804)355-1779 or email@example.com
Contact for Technical Support: Michael Smith (804)840-2689 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact for Worship: Mary Brown (804)355-1779, ext. 313 or email@example.com
Contact for Study: Hilary Streever, (804)355-1779 ext. 319 or firstname.lastname@example.org
January 19 to February 23 – Introduction to Mindfulness & Meditation
In this 6-class Introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation series, St. Jameser Fraser Davis will guide us in an exploration of how mindfulness can support us in living our lives with more peace, clarity and open-heartedness. Each class will include a short talk, guided meditation and mindfulness practices, and collaborative discussion to explore and practice calming our busy minds, taming the stories we tell ourselves, and cultivating social and emotional skills like resilience, intentionality, skillful communication, compassion, and joy. The final class will be taught by Br. Leo Campos, who will talk about how the practices can support our Christian faith and traditional Christian prayer forms.
March 1 – Ash Wednesday (No Program)
March 9 to April 6 – Why You Need Dante
When many of us think of Dante, dreadful scenes from his Inferno often come to mind. But there is much more beauty and grace in his epic trilogy Comedia, and it is all worth pondering during Lent. The Rt. Rev. Porter Taylor and St. Jameser Anna Evas, Christian poets themselves, will guide us faithfully through this essential of Christian literature.