Pilgrimage: A Lenten Quiet Day Experience
The spiritual practice of pilgrimage is engrained in the human experience. Often when we think of pilgrimage we think of a journey to a geographical sacred place. But Pilgrimage is never just about the trek to a physical destination point. It is also – and maybe even more so – about the journey within ourselves that will take us through the terrain of the human heart and plumb the depths of the soul. Along the way, we may have a sense that we are closer to our Truer Self. The ultimate destination is Divine Union with the Sacred Source of all that is.
It is hard to venture into the depths of such a journey in the midst of noise and agitation. It is helpful to set out on this Divine Journey from a place where we are acclimatized to stillness and peace where we can begin with our heartbeat in harmony with that of God. This frees us to be led by the Divine and drawn into the mystery.
Allow yourself now to be free from the enticement of distractions and the need to be doing. Allow yourself to be seduced by the Mystery of the Sacred Source of all that is and all that is you.
For more information contact Rebecca Hall.
Date: Saturday, March 30, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Location: Saint David’s Episcopal Church, Crail C
Led by: Brother Dennis Gibbs
Registration: Open now. For registration assistance email email@example.com.
Brother Dennis Gibbs is a monk and founding member of Community of Divine Love, an Episcopal religious community of men and women in San Gabriel, California. He is a jail chaplain and founder/director of Prism Restorative Justice, a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles at work in the L.A. County Jails engaged in spiritual care with the incarcerated and advocating for criminal justice reform. He is on staff as the associate clergy for spiritual formation at The Church of Our Saviour in San Gabriel. He is a spiritual director, retreat leader, public speaker and author of Oblivion – Grace in Exile with a Monk Behind Bars, which will be available for purchase in Holy Grounds in late March.