Learning to Live and Pray
from Sacred Scripture

Wednesday Night Bible Study Class

6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Saint Joseph's Hall - 145 West 46th Street
 

 The Wednesday Night Bible Study Class is currently reading the Passion Narrative in the Gospel of Mark.

If you are interested, please contact Father Jay Smith.

 

The Psalms

Beginning April 15 - Sunday
10:00 AM, Saint Benedict’s Study,
Parish House, 145 West 46th Street

The Adult Forum will resume on Sunday, April 15, at 10:00 AM.


Father Peter Powell will introduce our series on the Psalms.

If you are interested, please contact Father Jay Smith.

 

Chanting the Psalms

April 22 - Sunday
10:00 AM, Saint Benedict’s Study,
Parish House, 145 West 46th Street

On Sunday, April 22, Brother Aidan Owen, OHC, will lead the Adult Forum at 10:00 AM in a discussion of the monastic practice of chanting the psalms each day as a form of prayer and contemplation.

If you are interested, please contact Father Jay Smith.

 

J. Chester Johnson
Discusses his book
Auden, the Psalms and Me

April 29
1:00 PM

St. Joseph's Hall
145 West 46th Street

On Sunday, April 29, at 1:00 PM in Saint Joseph's Hall (note time and location), poet Chester Johnson will discuss his new book, Auden, the Psalms and Me, and the translation of the psalms used in the Book of Common Prayer 1979.

If you are interested, please contact Father Jay Smith.

CLICK HERE to view the book on Amazon.

 

The Dove Descending

May 13 and 20
Sunday mornings, 10:00 AM, Saint Benedict’s Study,
Parish House, 145 West 46th Street

On May 13 and 20, at 10:00 AM in Saint Benedict's Study, Deacon Rebecca Weiner Tompkins will teach a two-part series The Dove Descending: bird, fire, wind, water, cloud, light, and other depictions of the Holy Spirit in readings from scripture and beyond (primarily poetry). This is a two-Sunday survey of symbol and significance, ending on the Day of Pentecost.

If you are interested, please contact Father Jay Smith.

 

SAINT MARY'S CENTERING PRAYER GROUP


Every Friday, from 6:30-8:00 PM, following Evening Prayer, in the Atrium on the second floor of the Parish House.
(Entrance is via Saint Joseph's Hall or 145 West Forty-sixth Street.)

Centering Prayer, "prayer without words," is a contemplative-prayer method that is intended to develop one's relationship with God. No experience is required to begin; if interested, individual instruction can be provided-simply contact one of the Group's coordinators. An introductory workshop will be held in the fall. If you do have questions or would like more information, contact co-coordinators Ingrid Sletten or Blair Burroughs