Evening Prayer at the Chapel of the Transfiguration – Kanuga

Anyone who knows me, or has read my ramblings for the diocese, will know that I have a mixed relationship with prayer. Holding down a couple of jobs (and this is ironic, as one of those jobs is working for the Church), means that I tend to spend the time when churches are holding their regular services getting other things done.

I recently wrote:

Nowadays, I’m often not as rooted in the worship as I feel I should be. I’m sitting in the back of the church posting something about the service on social media, reviewing pictures to make sure I have what we need, or checking ahead in the order of service, so I can work out what I ought to be doing next. The plus side though, as I’ve mentioned before, is that I get to take part in a great number of life-changing events.

Spirit, June 2018

Having a chance to join in morning and evening prayers while at the conference, with no other obligations, was very welcome. In the process I got to hear many things that I needed to hear. Of course, the other piece of irony was that I still had my camera with me.

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