Women at the Well - Women's Group
Women of all ages are welcome to join our “Women at the Well” group. We meet weekly on Monday mornings between 10:15-11:15am on Zoom, to pray with the Book of Proverbs through Lectio Divina.
God made us for community, to share His love, so this is also a time for laughter, friendship, support, encouragement and spiritual growth.
If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday Evening Lectio Divina Group - Diving into the Sunday Readings
The traditional monastic practice of Lectio Divina (Latin for “holy/divine reading”) provides a way to enter into Sacred Scripture as a living Word for our time. Lectio Divina becomes more about divine listening than divine reading when we take the time to do it. This is why we pray Lectio Divina — to become better listeners of the Lord, to hear more clearly what God is asking of us - opening ourselves to peace, gratitude, and living rooted in Christ.
The basic idea is to spend time listening deeply and intently to what God might have to say to you through Scripture—almost as if the sacred text were a much-cherished love letter from God. Lectio Divina is like a deep conversation with a best friend. It is not a study method. Background knowledge can be helpful but is not essential. Our real goal is to meet our Lord as we read his Word and allow him to transform our lives to be more like him through the work of the Holy Spirit.
Join us as we meet online every TUESDAY evening, to dive deeper into the upcoming Sunday Mass readings. There is no commitment to join every week, just come whenever you can, spend some time praying through Scripture and sharing with each other.
To register, please send an email to the contact below.
First Friday Mass and Night Vigil at All Saints
Friday Mass will be celebrated at All Saints in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel on the first Friday of the month, followed by silent Eucharistic Adoration until midnight. After midnight, organized Adoration with scripture readings, prayers, praise & worship will run until 5 AM (Saturday morning).
First Fridays are traditionally dedicated to the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus