We chant the Liturgy of the Hours (Lauds, Vespers, and the Office of Readings) in common each day, except hermit day when we enter more deeply into silence and solitude. We gather every day for the celebration of the Eucharist.
At various times our community has lectio divina and communal faith-sharing as prompted by the liturgical seasons and the rhythm of our community life and work.
We also share our liturgical life with the broader community that gathers here. We have chosen to support ourselves in this way because of a passionate desire to draw all people into deep intimacy with God through contemplation.
We have contemplative prayer evenings and other prayer services according to the season, and we welcome many people to our Sunday Eucharist each week.
We give significant emphasis to the quality and depth of every liturgical undertaking. We strive to integrate our worship with the pressing needs of our time and to deepen our entry into the mystery of God.