Join us on Thursday, January 11 at 1:00 p.m. EST as we dive into the conversation sparked by our current issue, Church, Where Are You? Come gather with Comment editors, writers, and fellow readers as we explore the transformative power of silence and communal rhythms in a world clamouring for attention.
Facilitated by Comment associate editor Jeff Reimer, this dialogue will feature Elizabeth Oldfield and Aryana Petrosky, who will discuss their pieces from our winter issue. Elizabeth, in her poignant essay “Keeping Sacred Time,” argues for a return to the unifying pulse of collective rhythms—an antidote to the subtle societal rituals quietly shaping us. Meanwhile, Aryana’s thought-provoking “The Silent Revival” beckons us to embrace the countercultural spiritual discipline of silence, a path back to ourselves and God, whispering of renewed connection and quiet revival. Together, we’ll discover how these contemplative practices can breathe new life into the church.
As in past events, your active participation is highly encouraged, whether through the live Q&A or by sharing your questions in advance.
We hope to see you in January!
Thursday, January 11 at 1:00 p.m. EST