Join us for a time of reading scripture, praying, and silence as we usher in the new day, turning our hearts toward God.
We gather mid-week to receive healing prayers and to celebrate the Holy Eucharist together. This is a lovely time of reading scripture, asking for God’s healing grace to be within our own heart, mind, body, and soul or for those who are on our heart. There’s an intimacy of communion when the group gathered is small and knows each other well. All are welcome to attend. It’s a wonderful way to intentionally connect with God’s grace part way through the…
This is a time to learn more about you and your relationship with God among friends. All are welcome to join us anytime!
Join with others to find that still and quiet voice of God.
Come and learn the reasons behind why we do what we do when during our Holy Eucharist.
Join us each week for a time of learning, fun, and music, which draws it all together!
At each Vestry meeting, one of our vestry members reflects upon and leads us in a spiritual practice in The Way of Love. This begins our meeting grounded in God and forms us deeper as a community. Our meetings always include approval of minutes, review of our financial position, and then will focus on one particular ministry, so we can learn about it in depth. We come together in desire to form the people of our parish faithfully through our…
Oct. 25-26“How to Pray About This”Stevenson School for Ministry Learning WeekendSt. Cyril Center, Danville This learning weekend is a follow-up to the “Called to Heal a Broken World,” August Learning Weekend. All are welcome to engage in this power of prayer weekend and discover stories of how to pray, stories of prayer and healing, and how people manage in turning from a broken system to a way of healing, from a life of pain to a life of wholeness, from…
Join others as we prepare our young people for Confirmation.
Come with us and find God in nature and in our community.
Come and join with the communion of saints as we celebrate our connection to those gone before us through the living presence of Christ.