Jul
22

Centering Prayer

7:00 pm
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Location:
Chapel

Simple service with a devotional liturgy, 20 minute of silence, and closing prayers. Typically includes Eucharist once a month and brief book discussions on the other weeks.

Jul
24

Tai Chi Gung

12:00 pm
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Location:
Parish Hall

Carrie Murray, personal trainer, will be teaching Tai Chi Gung classes on Wednesdays at noon in the parish hall.  The class usually runs for 45 minutes to an hour. It will include standing Chi Gung exercises, but chairs will be provided if needed. Many of the exercises can be modified when sitting. This practice is recommended for adults over the age of 25 or so.

The Tai Chi Gung is a simple and unique practice to equilibrium and health that was developed by LaoTzu.  Its benefits vary depending on what you are looking to achieve. The exercises may enhance your physical fitness by:  

  • Improving flexibility and joint health;
  • Enhancing cardiovascular function; and
  • Strengthening the immune system.

They can also calm you, provide a deeper level of inner peace and cultivate more mindfulness.  Although this practice offers many of the same benefits as the Tai Chi taught by the Tai Chi Society in Knoxville, it is unique in many ways.  Please join the class to learn more about it and see if it is right for you!  A suggested donation of $10 per class will go to Carrie; she also does Venmo.  

Jul
28

Sunday Service

8:30 am
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Location:
Sanctuary

We invite all to the 8:30 am in-person Eucharist. This service will also be shared via Facebook Live.

Jul
28

Sunday Service

10:00 am
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Location:
Sanctuary

We invite all to the 10:00 am in-person Eucharist with music.

Jul
29

Centering Prayer

7:00 pm
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Location:
Chapel

Simple service with a devotional liturgy, 20 minute of silence, and closing prayers. Typically includes Eucharist once a month and brief book discussions on the other weeks.

Jul
31

Tai Chi Gung

12:00 pm
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Location:
Parish Hall

Carrie Murray, personal trainer, will be teaching Tai Chi Gung classes on Wednesdays at noon in the parish hall.  The class usually runs for 45 minutes to an hour. It will include standing Chi Gung exercises, but chairs will be provided if needed. Many of the exercises can be modified when sitting. This practice is recommended for adults over the age of 25 or so.

The Tai Chi Gung is a simple and unique practice to equilibrium and health that was developed by LaoTzu.  Its benefits vary depending on what you are looking to achieve. The exercises may enhance your physical fitness by:  

  • Improving flexibility and joint health;
  • Enhancing cardiovascular function; and
  • Strengthening the immune system.

They can also calm you, provide a deeper level of inner peace and cultivate more mindfulness.  Although this practice offers many of the same benefits as the Tai Chi taught by the Tai Chi Society in Knoxville, it is unique in many ways.  Please join the class to learn more about it and see if it is right for you!  A suggested donation of $10 per class will go to Carrie; she also does Venmo.