In quiet contemplation, silence, reflection and meditative music we will enter into the mystery and fullness of God in a brand-new way. There will be pauses during the service so our hearts can be opened and respond to the calling of God to be present to the divine within each one of us, among us, and within the blessed bread and wine of Holy Communion.
If your heart yearns for some silence, needs to be restored, wants to be quieted and fed, then please join us for this contemplative Eucharist with Taize chanting, flute meditative music, and spoken word. All are welcome to join us.
We are leaning our hearts toward the life and teachings of Julian of Norwich, a 14th century French mystic, whose famous saying is “All will be well. All manner of things will be well.” A reception of a variety of crepes will follow!