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Epiphany Quiet Day

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QUIET DAY — 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, January 27. This annual day of prayer and contemplation will be facilitated by the Rev. Canon Sam Tallman. 

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Quiet Day Asks: 'What Are You Hoping For?'

Epiphany Quiet Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, January 27. Picking up the message of hope, born at Christmas and lived into during the season of Epiphany, the theme of the Quiet Day poses the question: “What are you hoping for?” As a rabbi, Jesus was expected to ask questions. Asking questions was intrinsic to his rabbinic teaching style. During the morning we will reflect on Jesus’s questions as we enter into scriptures that involve Jesus’ queries and his invitation to healing. Another session will focus on becoming aware of our own hopes, our longings, and our desires. Taking the form of an extended contemplative Eucharist, the day will be divided into three group sessions with sharing and discussion, ending with worship in a celebration of reconciliation and Holy Eucharist. There will be quiet periods for individual reflection throughout the day.

There is a charge of $5 for snacks, lunch, and materials. The Quiet Day is open to all. Please register by calling the Cathedral at
(727) 822-4173 starting on January 3, or look for signup sheets in the Narthex.

Earlier Event: January 26
Burns Friday Night Movie
Later Event: January 28
Children's Chapel