- The Examen helps us reflect on the day and discern what changes we might make in order to live more faithfully the next day.
- Ignatian Prayer encourages us to use our imagination to enter into a Scripture passage in order to experience the truth of the Gospel.
- Using the senses to perceive God’s will for us is characteristic of Franciscan prayer, which always leads to application and action.
Walking the Labyrinth
- Epiphany Labyrinth Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 to 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 to 3 p.m.
The labyrinth is an ancient tool for prayer and walking meditation. The design of Epiphany’s labyrinth is patterned after the one at Chartres Cathedral in France. The single path takes the walker through three experiences: shedding and letting go during the walk to the center, union with God at the center of the design, awareness of spiritual calls and ministry on the walk back out.
- You can pray the Daily Office here, or visit pray-as-you-go.org.
- The Mission of St. Clare – this website offers:
- various liturgies from the Book of Common Prayer.
- the Lectionary (the Bible lessons appointed for each day).
- links to other resources.
- Forward Movement: A Ministry of the Episcopal Church – offers Daily Meditations and the Daily Readings
- Bible Gateway – the Bible in several translations and multiple resources.
- An Annotated list of Daily Office Apps – this is an article from “The Living Church” an Episcopal Church Publication. Though this list was developed in February of 2015, some of the apps may still exist.