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Worship


We gather together throughout the semester for times of community prayer, worship, and study.  On Tuesdays we meet at 5:30 PM in the Canterbury House Prince of Peace Chapel or at Christ Lutheran Church for Evening Prayer or Holy Eucharist.  It is a short, simple service over in time for you to get to class at 6--or you can hang around in the Canterbury House for dinner and fellowship.  We also meet on Sundays at 12:30 PM (after the 11 AM service at Trinity) to eat a home-cooked meal provided by parishioners of Trinity Church, and enjoy a time of fun and fellowship. 


The Prince of Peace Chapel is also available for students to use for private prayer and quiet time.  Come light a candle and pray with the icons or prayer beads.  Or you can simply come and be still in the quiet beauty of the chapel.  

 
 
 
Study

 

On Tuesdays we may watch a movie after worship and dinner, followed by theological discussion raised from issues in the movie.  Or we may have a discussion on a particular topic of faith or spirituality.  Other times we may have a Bible Study, practice Lectio Divina, or participate in another spiritual practice.  No matter what we're doing, you're invited to come join us for stimulating chat, where no one is judged because of their questions or comments.  Come explore and grow in your faith with us.

 

And of course there is also space in the Canterbury House for personal studies as well.  Many students bring homework to do after our meetings, either on the couches or in the study room.

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 August 2012 01:23
 

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