Listening to the Still, Small Voice: A Lenten Retreat

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Friday, March 2, through Sunday, March 4, join us for a retreat that explores the role and benefit of times of quiet and silence in our tradition and in our spiritual lives. Our time together will help us listen to the still, small voice of God, struggle with the frustrations and longing that come with silence, and find a place of a quiet restfulness. We will gather at the newly renovated Trinity Retreat Center in West Cornwall, CT in time for dinner at 6 pm on Friday, March 2. The fee is $100 for a double-occupancy room.

The retreat will be led by the Reverends Susan Hill, Elizabeth Maxwell, Jennifer Reddall, and Carla Roland Guzman.

Please RSVP as soon as possible to Jennifer Reddall (reddall@epiphanynyc.org), and checks can be made out to Church of the Epiphany and sent to 1393 York Avenue, NY, NY, 10021.

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