The Church is open Monday-Thursday for prayer and meditation from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., except for funerals or other unexpected needs.
The Labyrinth combines the circle and the spiral to form a sacred path symbolizing a spiritual journey to the sacred within and without. The Saint Boniface labyrinth is based on that of Frances Chartres Cathedral, in use by spiritual seekers for 800 years, and is lighted throughout the night. Pick up a brochure from the wall container adjacent to the labyrinth.
The Healing Mission is a place for prayer, quiet, and laying on of hands in a safe, peaceful setting at the rear of the campus. Christian healing since 1963. Call 349-5616 x. 335 for appointment and more information.
Saint Mary's Chapel in the main courtyard near the bell tower is open round the clock for prayer and meditation, and is lighted during the night.
The Spiritual Garden is a tranquil setting for meditation and prayer, located at the north east endof the campus behind the Healing Mission.
Weekday services are Tuesday Eucharist at 10 a.m. (September-May), followed by meditation group at 10:30, Wednesday meditation to recorded chant at 5 pm, followed by Evening Prayer at 5:30 (Eucharist on first Wednesday), and Thursday Eucharist and healing service at 10 a.m.
Taizé Vespers are the second Sundays of the month at 8:00 p.m. (October - May). Taizé is an ecumenical monastic community in France whose chants and liturgy are practiced world-wide. This candle-lit service of prayer, chant, and silence brings us to a deeper experience of God's love and abiding presence.
Retreats are an opportunity to deepen our relationship with God. Saint Boniface offers "mini-retreats" of 1-2 hours, one-day retreats of 7-8 hours, and longer "pilgrimage" retreats to Holy Cross monastery and other holy places.
Spiritual Direction - Each of us is unique in our relationship with God. At times, some of us choose to deepen this most personal of relationships, or to discern our response to God's call to draw closer. Spiritual direction is the practice of companioning another on this journey. Directors/companions are clergy or lay persons with experience and training in this area.