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Seeing with the Eyes of the Heart

A Quiet Day with The Rev. Jim Clark
Saturday, September 11 at 9:30am – 1pm MST

Once a month on Saturday, our campus goes quiet, becoming a quiet sanctuary for peace. There are teachings, time for meditation, journaling and wandering the labyrinth.

A mystery hidden from the foundation of the world was revealed to Saint Paul. He called it the mystery of the Gospel: In Christ, the All in all, all things are being re-created and united. Paul prayed the eyes of our hearts would be enlightened to experience this mystery, that our inner being would be made strong to know and experience a boundless love so powerful that it raised Christ from the dead. This was Saint Paul’s way of describing a transformation of consciousness, not just seeing something different but a different way of seeing.

Our September Quiet Day will explore practices that prepare us to receive and live into and out from this mystery of love that transforms how we see.

This Quiet Day will be presented both in-person at Saint Barnabas and via Z_o_o_m. Registration is not required for in-person attendance. Watch for details coming soon on how to join online forthcoming weekly emails. Not on our mailing list? Contact Ann Hott if you would like to be included. All are Welcome!

Today’s Handout

Click below for handouts from previous sessions.

Using Zoom as a teleconference platform, these are the details for our day:

The day will consist of two cycles:

20 minute conference with Rev. Jim.
10 minute opportunity for questions from participants.
30 minutes active or silent prayer – each participant at their location
(cycle then repeats)
~~ end of day ~~

The teleconference reservation –  your link to join the gathering on Z_o_o_m –
will be sent that week, just prior to our day together. Not on our mailing list? Click here to subscribe.

Quiet Day includes teaching, quiet solitary time, and sessions of communal silent prayer. Come to a Quiet Day for an introduction to what the Contemplative Life at Saint Barnabas might offer you, or to sustain you in that life.  The day concludes with Holy Eucharist. Reflections by Jim Clark. Please bring your Bible. All are welcome. Learn More about Quiet Days.