Step off the conveyor belt of life on Sunday evenings at 6pm. Find God in candlelight, incense, and prayer. This service features music from the Celtic, Appalachian and Taize traditions. Light refreshments and conversation follow in the Tilford Room.
This is a great opportunity for people new to yoga as well as those who have more experience. Instructor, Madelaine Enochs-Epley, is wonderful at working with all skill levels.
The labyrinth is a walking meditation as a means of experiencing God's presence.
Dream Group
The gathering begins with a book discussion and ends with exploring and listening to dreams of group members.
Centering Prayer
Centering Prayer opens the mind and the heart to God, the Ultimate Mystery, beyond thoughts, words and emotions.
Quiet Days
A few quiet hours devoted to discerning the divine in one's life.
Spiritual Direction
The director listens deeply to your life to help you discern God's guidance and wisdom. Contact elizabeth@ccclex.org for more information.
Companions in Christ
Experience a deeper connection with God in a caring and sharing group. It involves 30 minutes of daily reading and reflection and a weekly small group meeting with companions. Questions? Contact Lynne Slone at Slonelex@windstream.net or 859-494-5167.
Prayer Shawls
Create knitted prayer shawls for those who are shut in, having surgery or a new baby. Knit at home or come together monthly to knit, pray, and participate in the blessing of the completed shawls. Questions? Contact Flo Mayer at 859-299-5552.
Prayer Ministers
Prayer Ministers are available to pray with you for your concerns, needs and desires during Sunday services at 11 and 6. Confidentiality is observed.
Daughters of the King (DOK)
The DOK focus on prayer, service, and evangelism.We meet on the third Wednesday of each month and include a Healing Service.
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Christ Church Cathedral | 166 Market Street | Lexington, KY  40507
(859) 254-4497 | dmilburn@ccclex.org
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