Join us for a time of meditative worship, calming prayer, and still reflection.
Every Wednesday starting September 15
Meeting in-person outdoors in the Memorial Garden of St. Paul's, weather permitting (rain plans via Zoom)
Still Wednesday provides a space for quiet reflection, silent prayer, calm and connection in a busy, noisy world.
All are welcome for this hour of quiet prayer and presence.
Still Wednesday will return to in-person gatherings this fall! All are welcome at this contemplative experience. Bring your own chair to the Memorial Garden (between the church parking lot and the Sanctuary) or borrow a folding chair from the church. Masks will be optional while we are outdoors and able to maintain some distance.
The exact format changes week to week, but typically Still Wednesday offers a time of prayer in the form of poetry, scripture, music, or art. There is usually 20 minutes of silent contemplative prayer, listening, and a chance to reflect privately or share. In the event of poor weather, we will return to using Zoom.
To be sure whether we’re meeting in-person or by Zoom only, call or text Kenzie Raulin or just join us by Zoom. The Zoom link can be found in the Weekly News email - read the latest version or sign up to get it in your inbox at stpaulsk.org/community/epistle-weekly-news
Or email Kenzie Raulin or Erin Steele at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will send you the email invitation with the link to join the next Zoom session.
No need to RSVP, simply join us as you are able. Each session will have a different focus or form of moving closer to the divine.
In-person church gatherings and activities are have been modified or suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions. During normal operations, Still Wednesday meets weekly in the Sanctuary or Octagon Room at St. Paul's, from September through June.