Certainty in Uncertain Times
A Quiet Day provides an extended period for meditation, devotional reading, contemplation, and simply being attentive to God. Freedom from speaking allows the senses to be heightened, increasing awareness of the presence and movement of the Holy Spirit in our midst. The community is invited to enter this holy silence from the end of the morning reflection until Evening Prayer, reflecting on the Lenten themes of repentance and renewal.
Zoom links are found in the Worship area on the Hub. Video links are posted below.
8:15 a.m. Eucharistic Liturgy of the Word
The Very Rev. Ian Markham, presider, followed by a reflection by the Rt. Rev. Phoebe Roaf ’08
- Spiritual direction is available throughout the day for those who pre-registered
- We encourage the use of St. Cyprian’s Labyrinth and the Chapel Garden for prayer and reflection
- The Welcome Center Library will offer a display of suggested books
Immanuel Chapel will be in use as a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on this day and will not be available.
12:00 p.m. An Order of Service for Noonday
Followed by a musical meditation by the Rev. Rick Lord ’81
4:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
The liturgy will begin with a prelude, accompanied by a slideshow of photographs submitted by members of the VTS community. A reflection by the Rt. Rev. Phoebe Roaf concludes the day.