Gnostic Holy Eucharist
dim. 9 décembre à 18:00
Gnosis is the Greek word for “knowledge.” Gnosis refers not to intellectual knowledge of mundane things, but to intuitive, mystic knowledge, closely bound with the experiences of revelation and epiphany. The name “Gnostic” describes numerous sects in the first centuries of Christianity who sought and revered gnosis, and who affirmed personal spiritual experience and freedom of religious expression to be more important than dogmas of belief. OUR LITURGY
The central Mystery of our sacramental practice is the Holy Eucharist. The structure and content of our Eucharistic liturgy (i.e. the Mass) is similar in structure to the Latin rite, with elements inspired by the Gnostics of the First through Fourth Centuries A.D. ALL ARE WELCOME
Membership in the Church is not required for those who wish to participate in services and partake of the Eucharist. The Church does not require members to renounce membership in any other church or religious practice. Our Church does not discriminate on the basis of creed, ethnic origin, nationality, gender, or sexual orientation. We invite you to join with us in experiencing this living tradition.