Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Location: St. Peter's by-the-Sea
8:00 am Holy Eucharist service is a spoken Rite I Communion Service.
A few words from Father Patrick Sanders and Lent Arts sign-up form
Over the nearly nine years that I have served as rector of St. Peter’s By The Sea, I have found the rhythm of worship in this place to be restorative and inspiring, calming and redemptive. It is not an understatement to say that it is a great help in my own life as I navigate all that it means to be a person of faith in the world we share. So, this Lenten season I have decided it would be a particular blessing to take a deep dive into this rhythm and look closely at the various ways in which we pray as a community here by the sea. We will look at Sunday worship, Compline, Healing, Baptism, and more. Each Sunday at 9:30 in the Parish Hall we’ll discuss the history of these prayers, what they have meant to others, and what they mean to us. I hope that you will take this opportunity to learn more and about the ways we pray! You might even find some ways to pray you’ve been missing!
This year’s schedule
February 24th, 9am – Noon : Painting with Prayers
A calligraphy workshop We’ll work in different styles of lettering, including traditional calligraphy. Paper, pens, examples and worksheets will be provided. Bring your favorite verse and your imagination.
March 2nd, 9am – Noon : Rosaries
Probably the most popular workshop we offer,
the Anglican Rosary class is back. Wooden beads, instruction and prayers provided.
March 9th, 9am – Noon : Gelli Plate Monoprinting
A modern twist on a classic art form. We’ll explore different techniques of creating unique prints. Plates, paper, paint and more provided.
March 16th, 9am – Noon : Finger Labyrinths
Another favorite, we’ll use embroidery to create a meditative tool. You might be familiar with the use a walking labyrinth. Imagine a handheld version. Paper or fabric versions available. We’ll provide all of the supplies.
March 23rd, 9am – Noon : Weaving Mandalas
An elaborate version of the Ojo de Dios (God’s Eye) we all made in camp. We’ll use colorful strands and dowels to create beautiful mandalas. All materials and examples provided.
Questions ? Contact Gail by text: 228-760-0179 or by email: email@example.com for more info.