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Following Quiet Day, all are invited to join us for lunch in Hutton Hall!

Reflections on some ways of practicing silence, the experience of the practice, and how one grows in their practice.

Jesus, Grant us Grace
to receive
the Silence beneath
the stillness under
the quiet that is beyond
the noise.

Perhaps then we will cease
doing violence
to our Selves
to the Other
to the Beauty
to the Present Moment.

The day concludes with Holy Eucharist. Reflections by Jim Clark. Please bring your Bible. 9:30am – 1pm in the Sanctuary. All are welcome.

About Quiet Day

Quiet Day includes teaching, quiet solitary time, and sessions of communal silent prayer in the Sanctuary. Participants are welcome to the Sanctuary, to quiet areas for reading or journaling, or to walk our beautiful campus. 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.  Learn More about Quiet Days.