Formation happenings in Lent at the Cathedral

By Katherine Karr- Cornejo

Meeting Jesus in the Gospel of John

Have you ever wished to deepen your relationship with God? To experience a warm friendship with God? Maybe even fall in love with God – again – or for the very first time?

From 9:15-10:15 each Sunday in Lent (February 18-March 18), you are invited to enter into the Gospel of John in conversation in our community. We will pray, learn, and listen together as we seek greater knowledge of God and our relationship with the divine and one another. While we encourage participants to attend every week and to engage in the spiritual discipline of the journal during the week, all are welcome – for one Sunday or all Sundays, for mostly group work or exclusively individual reflection.

Presiding Bishop Curry invites us into Lenten conversation.

Thanks to the generosity of the Diocese, we are all invited into this Lenten offering from the Society of St John the Evangelist. Prayer journals are available at no cost at the Cathedral; free printable versions of the journals are available here.

Questions? Contact Kristi Philip or Katherine Karr-Cornejo

Everyday Holiness

Mark your calendars for our annual Lenten Wednesday series! This year, our theme is “Everyday Holiness.” Lent is often a time in which we seek out a discipline to practice – to give something up, to take on something new. In this series, we hope to cultivate an understanding of the concept of holiness and the way it can apply to our lives in this place and in this time. Please join us!

The schedule every Wednesday is as follows:

  • 5:30pm — Eucharist
  • 6:15pm — Soup Supper – watch for soup/salad/bread sign ups!
  • 7pm-8pm — Program

Childcare provided upon request

February 21: Come hear from Dr. Joy Milos CSJ, Professor of Religious Studies at Gonzaga University as she teaches us What is Holiness?

February 28: The Rev. Canon Kristi Philip, Interim Vicar of the Cathedral, will speak on The Practice of Hospitality

March 7: Kathy Finley, Teacher, Author, and Spiritual Director, will share from her recent work Savoring God: God in the Midst of the Ordinary

March 14: Our Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Gretchen Rehberg, will teach us about The Rhythm of Prayer

March 21: We welcome Rabbi Elizabeth Goldstein, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Gonzaga University and Rabbi to the Jewish Community of the Palouse as she educates us on The Practice of Sabbath

Questions? Contact Kristi Philip or Katherine Karr-Cornejo

Questions about the meal? Contact Dave Walker



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