The Cathedral of St. Philip - Atlanta, GA

Spirituality

Labyrinth and Taizé

Get your week off to a peaceful start with a labyrinth walk and Taizé on Monday, November 21. The labyrinth will be available from 7–8 p.m. in Child Hall, with an orientation for new walkers starting at 6:30 p.m. Then, the Taizé prayer service starts at 8 p.m. in Mikell Chapel. Originating in Taizé, France, this simple service of scripture, music, and candlelight will bring a beautiful and prayerful close to your Monday. The labyrinth and Taizé take place the third Monday of each month at the Cathedral. Come to one, or both – and bring a friend! Newcomers are always welcome!

Centering Prayer Morning Retreats

Saturdays, October 22 and November 5
9:30–11:30 a.m., in the Lanier House
Whether you are a beginner or long-time practitioner, or simply curious about a new practice, we hope you will join us for a morning of centering prayer. Centering prayer is a practice that helps us rest and be grounded in the presence of God. Led by Cathedral parishioner Will Traynor, the retreat will include an introduction to Centering Prayer, along with sessions of sitting and walking prayer. Coffee and light snacks will be available. Please RSVP to Jeannie Mahood.

Labyrinth and Taizé

Get your week off to a peaceful start with a labyrinth walk and Taizé on Monday, October 17. The labyrinth will be available from 7–8 p.m. in Child Hall, then the Taizé prayer service starts at 8 p.m. in Mikell Chapel. Originating in Taizé, France, this simple service of scripture, music, and candlelight will bring a beautiful and prayerful close to your Monday. The labyrinth and Taizé take place the third Monday of each month at the Cathedral. Come to one, or both – and bring a friend! Newcomers are always welcome!

Labyrinth and Taizé

Get your week off to a peaceful start with a labyrinth walk and Taizé on Monday, September 19. The labyrinth will be available from 7–8 p.m. in Child Hall, then the Taizé prayer service starts at 8 p.m. in Mikell Chapel. Originating in Taizé, France, this simple service of scripture, music, and candlelight will bring a beautiful and prayerful close to your Monday. The labyrinth and Taizé take place the third Monday of each month at the Cathedral. Come to one, or both – and bring a friend!

Education for Ministry

Education for Ministry (EfM) is a program of the School of Theology of the University of the South. Participants commit one year at a time to meet weekly in seminars led by a mentor trained in studying the Bible, church history, and theology while also developing a wonderful community of members. There is a weekly lesson and study guide but no tests or papers to prepare. A few spaces are available for an EfM class that begins Tuesday, September 13. The class meets in the Lanier House on Tuesday nights, 7-9:30 p.m. For more information and enrollment forms, contact Rick Tyler, 404-375-6470, or Deirdra Glover, 770-865-2141.

Labyrinth and Taizé

Get your week off to a peaceful start with a labyrinth walk and Taizé on Monday, August 15. The labyrinth will be available from 7–8 p.m. in Child Hall, then the Taizé prayer service starts at 8 p.m. in Mikell Chapel. Originating in Taizé, France, this simple service of scripture, music, and candlelight will bring a beautiful and prayerful close to your Monday. The labyrinth and Taizé take place the third Monday of each month at the Cathedral. Come to one, or both – and bring a friend!

Fall Class on “The Way of Prayer”

If you are interested in going deeper in prayer, with the support of a spiritual community, consider participating in our fall offering, “The Way of Prayer.” This 11-week course, facilitated by Cathedral member and long-time church educator Bonnie Lamberth, will combine the study and practice of prayer with group spiritual direction. The group will meet Wednesday mornings, 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., from September 7 – November 16. For more information, email lamberthb@bellsouth.net.

Labyrinth and Taizé

Get your week off to a peaceful start with a labyrinth walk and Taizé on Monday, July 18. The labyrinth will be available from 7–8 p.m. in Child Hall, then the Taizé prayer service starts at 8 p.m. in Mikell Chapel. Originating in Taizé, France, this simple service of scripture, music, and candlelight will bring a beautiful and prayerful close to your Monday. The labyrinth and Taizé take place the third Monday of each month at the Cathedral. Come to one, or both – and bring a friend!

Centering Prayer Morning Retreat

Centering prayer is spiritual practice that stills the body, opens the heart, and helps center us in a heightened sense of God’s presence. Whether you are a beginner or long-time practitioner, or simply curious about it, we hope you will join us for this morning of prayer and rest. Led by Cathedral member Will Traynor, the retreat will include an introduction to centering prayer, along with sessions of sitting and walking prayer. There is no cost, but please RSVP to Cathy Zappa, czappa@stphilipscathedral.org.

Labyrinth and Taizé

Get your week off to a peaceful start with a labyrinth walk and Taizé on Monday, May 16. The labyrinth will be available from 7–8 p.m. in Child Hall, then the Taizé prayer service starts at 8 p.m. in Mikell Chapel. Originating in Taizé, France, this simple service of scripture, music, and candlelight will bring a beautiful and prayerful close to your Monday. The labyrinth and Taizé take place the third Monday of each month at the Cathedral. Come to one, or both – and bring a friend!

Centering Prayer Mini-Retreat

Centering prayer is spiritual practice that stills the body, opens the heart, and helps center our lives in a heightened sense of God’s presence. Whether you are a beginner or long-time practitioner of centering prayer, or are simply curious about it, join us for a mini-retreat, led by Cathedral parishioner Will Traynor, on February 13, 9:30–11:30 a.m. at the Lanier House. The morning retreat will include an introduction to centering prayer, along with sessions of sitting and walking prayer. There is no cost, but please RSVP to Cathy Zappa, czappa@stphilipscathedral.org.

2015 Advent Quiet Day

In the Gospel of Luke, God’s angels enter the lives of ordinary people to bear good news and to invite participation in that good news. During this Advent Quiet Day, we will pray with these stories as a way to prepare ourselves to receive God’s “angels” in our lives and the tidings they bring. There will be time for group and individual meditation, creative expression, and communion. But most important, there will be time for you to be still and listen to God.

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