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Rite of Reconciliation (Confession) and Pastoral Counsel

March 2, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 11:45 am

Drop-in on the Outdoor Labyrinth 2-4:45 p.m. by appointment only in the Chapel of Grace. All indoor confessions will require proof of vaccination.

Clergy are available for confession and pastoral counsel on Ash Wednesday. This page contains some an overview of confession in the Episcopal Church. For a more robust discussion of confession, see this thoughtful article from the Society of St. John the Evangelist.

The Rite of Reconciliation (Confession)

What: Confession is an invitation to encounter God’s extraordinary grace and forgiveness in a confidential, one-on-one conversation with a priest.

Who: Anyone! In the Episcopal Church, we say, “all may, some should, none must” when it comes to Confession.

When: Anytime that you feel trapped by guilt or are tempted to think that you are unforgivable. The season of Lent is, historically, a popular time to seek out Confession, but Confession is available by appointment year-round with any member of the clergy staff.

Where: On Ash Wednesday, clergy are available for Confessions on a walk-up basis on the outdoor labyrinth before and after the noon Eucharist, and by appointment in the Chapel of Grace throughout the afternoon. Schedule your appointment here.

Why: because God’s forgiveness is greater than our own sins – but we so often forget it. Confession reminds us that, no matter what we have done, we are God’s beloveds and that grace is available to us at every moment.

How: it can be helpful to spend some time beforehand in prayer and reflection on what is weighing on your heart and where you are most in need of grace and forgiveness. In the Confession itself, the priest will guide you through what to do – no special knowledge or memorization is required!

Details

Date:
March 2, 2022
Time:
11:00 am - 11:45 am
Series:

Drop-in on the Outdoor Labyrinth 2-4:45 p.m. by appointment only in the Chapel of Grace. All indoor confessions will require proof of vaccination.

Clergy are available for confession and pastoral counsel on Ash Wednesday. This page contains some an overview of confession in the Episcopal Church. For a more robust discussion of confession, see this thoughtful article from the Society of St. John the Evangelist.

The Rite of Reconciliation (Confession)

What: Confession is an invitation to encounter God’s extraordinary grace and forgiveness in a confidential, one-on-one conversation with a priest.

Who: Anyone! In the Episcopal Church, we say, “all may, some should, none must” when it comes to Confession.

When: Anytime that you feel trapped by guilt or are tempted to think that you are unforgivable. The season of Lent is, historically, a popular time to seek out Confession, but Confession is available by appointment year-round with any member of the clergy staff.

Where: On Ash Wednesday, clergy are available for Confessions on a walk-up basis on the outdoor labyrinth before and after the noon Eucharist, and by appointment in the Chapel of Grace throughout the afternoon. Schedule your appointment here.

Why: because God’s forgiveness is greater than our own sins – but we so often forget it. Confession reminds us that, no matter what we have done, we are God’s beloveds and that grace is available to us at every moment.

How: it can be helpful to spend some time beforehand in prayer and reflection on what is weighing on your heart and where you are most in need of grace and forgiveness. In the Confession itself, the priest will guide you through what to do – no special knowledge or memorization is required!

Details

Date:
March 2, 2022
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Series:

Rite of Reconciliation (Confession) and Pastoral Counsel

Drop-in on the Outdoor Labyrinth 2-4:45 p.m. by appointment only in the Chapel of Grace. All indoor confessions will require proof of vaccination.

Clergy are available for confession and pastoral counsel on Ash Wednesday. This page contains some an overview of confession in the Episcopal Church. For a more robust discussion of confession, see this thoughtful article from the Society of St. John the Evangelist.

The Rite of Reconciliation (Confession)

What: Confession is an invitation to encounter God’s extraordinary grace and forgiveness in a confidential, one-on-one conversation with a priest.

Who: Anyone! In the Episcopal Church, we say, “all may, some should, none must” when it comes to Confession.

When: Anytime that you feel trapped by guilt or are tempted to think that you are unforgivable. The season of Lent is, historically, a popular time to seek out Confession, but Confession is available by appointment year-round with any member of the clergy staff.

Where: On Ash Wednesday, clergy are available for Confessions on a walk-up basis on the outdoor labyrinth before and after the noon Eucharist, and by appointment in the Chapel of Grace throughout the afternoon. Schedule your appointment here.

Why: because God’s forgiveness is greater than our own sins – but we so often forget it. Confession reminds us that, no matter what we have done, we are God’s beloveds and that grace is available to us at every moment.

How: it can be helpful to spend some time beforehand in prayer and reflection on what is weighing on your heart and where you are most in need of grace and forgiveness. In the Confession itself, the priest will guide you through what to do – no special knowledge or memorization is required!





Wednesday

March 2, 2022
1:00PM - 2:00PM

Drop-in on the Outdoor Labyrinth 2-4:45 p.m. by appointment only in the Chapel of Grace. All indoor confessions will require proof of vaccination.

Clergy are available for confession and pastoral counsel on Ash Wednesday. This page contains some an overview of confession in the Episcopal Church. For a more robust discussion of confession, see this thoughtful article from the Society of St. John the Evangelist.

The Rite of Reconciliation (Confession)

What: Confession is an invitation to encounter God’s extraordinary grace and forgiveness in a confidential, one-on-one conversation with a priest.

Who: Anyone! In the Episcopal Church, we say, “all may, some should, none must” when it comes to Confession.

When: Anytime that you feel trapped by guilt or are tempted to think that you are unforgivable. The season of Lent is, historically, a popular time to seek out Confession, but Confession is available by appointment year-round with any member of the clergy staff.

Where: On Ash Wednesday, clergy are available for Confessions on a walk-up basis on the outdoor labyrinth before and after the noon Eucharist, and by appointment in the Chapel of Grace throughout the afternoon. Schedule your appointment here.

Why: because God’s forgiveness is greater than our own sins – but we so often forget it. Confession reminds us that, no matter what we have done, we are God’s beloveds and that grace is available to us at every moment.

How: it can be helpful to spend some time beforehand in prayer and reflection on what is weighing on your heart and where you are most in need of grace and forgiveness. In the Confession itself, the priest will guide you through what to do – no special knowledge or memorization is required!

Wednesday

March 2, 2022
1:00PM - 2:00PM




Wednesday

March 2, 2022
1:00PM - 2:00PM

Drop-in on the Outdoor Labyrinth 2-4:45 p.m. by appointment only in the Chapel of Grace. All indoor confessions will require proof of vaccination.

Clergy are available for confession and pastoral counsel on Ash Wednesday. This page contains some an overview of confession in the Episcopal Church. For a more robust discussion of confession, see this thoughtful article from the Society of St. John the Evangelist.

The Rite of Reconciliation (Confession)

What: Confession is an invitation to encounter God’s extraordinary grace and forgiveness in a confidential, one-on-one conversation with a priest.

Who: Anyone! In the Episcopal Church, we say, “all may, some should, none must” when it comes to Confession.

When: Anytime that you feel trapped by guilt or are tempted to think that you are unforgivable. The season of Lent is, historically, a popular time to seek out Confession, but Confession is available by appointment year-round with any member of the clergy staff.

Where: On Ash Wednesday, clergy are available for Confessions on a walk-up basis on the outdoor labyrinth before and after the noon Eucharist, and by appointment in the Chapel of Grace throughout the afternoon. Schedule your appointment here.

Why: because God’s forgiveness is greater than our own sins – but we so often forget it. Confession reminds us that, no matter what we have done, we are God’s beloveds and that grace is available to us at every moment.

How: it can be helpful to spend some time beforehand in prayer and reflection on what is weighing on your heart and where you are most in need of grace and forgiveness. In the Confession itself, the priest will guide you through what to do – no special knowledge or memorization is required!