Christian Center offering new Sunday service

Anam Cara, the Christian Center for Spiritual Life at St. Timothy’s on the Hill in Fairfield, is announcing a new Holy Eucharist service every Sunday at 4 p.m., starting July 7.

“We at Anam Cara, which is Gaelic for ‘soul friend,’ are an ecumenical Christian community consciously practicing the presence of God,” said the Rev. Alice Mindrum, director of the Anam Cara Center. “Our worship is simple, reverent and includes fresh expressions of ancient truths. St. Timothy’s is located in a particularly lovely natural setting, so it’s easy to feel peaceful here. There is also a labyrinth, an outdoor chapel, a memorial garden, and a prayer walk through the woods, plus an opportunity to hike along acres of Connecticut Audubon Society trails, which connect to our site.”

Mindrum helped to launch the Anam Cara program in June 2012 with the intention of offering an opportunity for people throughout the greater Fairfield community to discover a different approach to being a part of a faith community.

“If you are new to the idea of spiritual growth, but long for something more in your life, consider joining us,” Mindrum said. “Our worship is creative and Celtic-influenced. We invite everyone to come and experience the ways in which prayer, art, music, wisdom from a variety of traditions, and deep silence can enrich our experience of God.”

Following the Sunday worship service, people are invited to stay for light refreshments.

For more information, including other center offerings, contact the Rev. Alice Mindrum at [email protected] or 203 526 4886.

For more information about St. Timothy’s, visit sttimschurch.org.

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