Advent Quiet Day: Praying with George Herbert
Saturday, December 3, 2016
The devotional poetry of George Herbert, seventeenth century priest and poet, expresses heart-deep faithfulness; it also functions as spiritual direction for the pilgrim.
Herbert’s spiritual journey was long, convoluted and complicated as we learn from his poetry. Therein lies its beauty and value for all his readers.
Through a gentle reading of some of his poetry we’ll explore what he has to say about the season of Advent: a time of expectation and examination in preparation for the birth of our Saviour.
Led by the Rev. Canon Susan Bell, the Canon Missioner for the Diocese of Toronto. In this role, she works as a catalyst for and encourager of mission throughout the Diocese. Susan is Associate Priest at St. Martin in the Fields, Toronto, and Chaplain of Havergal College.
- Begins 9:30 am with a gathering for coffee; ends 4 pm.
- Fee $30 ($25 for Associates and Oblates) if you bring a bag lunch.
- A hot meal is an additional $15.
- Registration deadline: November 26, 2016
- Registration here »