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Advent Quiet Day 2015

December 8, 2015 at 2:52 pm

Advent Quiet Day 2015Come be my light: Three saints for Advent

An afternoon of prayer and silence with three reflections on a ‘triptych’ of 20th century saints whose witness can shape our Advent pilgrimage. Join us for a time of reflection at the University of King’s College Chapel, led by Fr Christopher. We will consider the lives of three saints: Fr Alfred Delp, Mother Maria Skobstova, and Dorothy Day.

Saturday, December 12th, 12 – 5 pm

Download the readings: Readings for Quiet Day, Advent 2015

Quiet Day Schedule:

12-1: Noonday prayers and Holy Communion

1-1:30: The First Address: “The Beginning of Conversion: Be Shaken – Alfred Delp” (propers for Stir-up Sunday and Advent 1)

1:30-2:30: Silence

2:30-3:00: The Second Address: “Mother Maria Skobstova: Preparing for Judgment” (propers for Advent 2)

3-4:00: Silence

4-4:30: The Third Address: “No one is saved alone – Dorothy Day” (propers for Stir-up Sunday and Advent 4)

4:30: Evening Prayer

5pm: Supper and fellowship

Worship in Advent

November 18, 2015 at 9:00 am


8:00 am Said Holy Communion; 10:30 am Choral Holy Communion

Preachers in Advent
November 29: The Rector
December 6: The Rev’d Nicholas Hatt
December 13: The Rector
December 20: The Rev’d Dr Gary Thorne

5:00 pm Evensong, with a series of reflections

The Four Last Things: Death, Judgement, Heaven, and Hell
Please note that these reflections begin on November 22

Come and worship as members of our parish family offer brief reflections at this simple and quiet service on the traditional themes of Advent: Death, Judgement, Heaven, Hell. This is an ideal service to add to the weekly round of prayer for the season.

Death: Tamara Watson (Nov 22)
Judgement: Nick Baker (Nov 29)
There is no reflection on Dec 6 due to Lessons and Carols
Heaven: Duncan Neish (Dec 13)
Hell: Katie Carline (Dec 20)


10:00 am – Said Holy Communion with Meditation

Nathan McAllister will be a voice of continuity at the mid-week Holy Communion. He will offer brief meditations to guide us through Advent to Christmas beginning the week before Advent.