Invitation to a Quiet Day

Hello friends,

I wanted to let you know about an online Quiet Day that I’ll be leading on 12th June 2021. It will be a time to listen to our spirits, to each others’ spirits, and to God’s Spirit as we gather for prayer, music, reflection, and silence.

In my podcast, I begin by asking “How’s your spirit these days?” and I’d love to ask you the same. How’s your spirit these days? Is it weary or joyful, heavy or hopeful – or a little of everything?

As we enter into new stages of normalcy, as our communities thrive and struggle in different ways, and as we return to some of the familiar old ways and lean into a future that may be entirely different from anything we’ve experienced yet, we need to find time to be still, to listen deeply, and to be refreshed for the road ahead.

I invite you to join me in this time set aside for listening to our spirits and to God’s Spirit, grounded in Psalms of longing. I hope and pray that it will be a space where we can support one another through prayer and reflection, silence and sharing.

You can register for this event through this link. I’m asking for donations rather than a set fee for this Quiet Day, as I don’t want anything to hinder you from joining us. Your donation will go towards audio editing/mixing of the Psalms for the Spirit podcasts, which I am hoping to be able to outsource eventually.

The timing of the event is:

3pm-9pm GST (Northern Ireland/UK/Ireland)

10am-4pm EST (East Coast N. America)

8am-2pm CST (Central N. America)

7am-1pm PST (Pacific Coast N. America)

I hope to see you in that sacred Zoom space we’ll create together.

God bless,

Kiran

To listen to my podcasts with wonderful guests, click here

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