The Episcopal Chaplaincy at Harvard presents LadyMass: Immersive Film experience at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston on Sunday, Sept. 19 at 12 and 12:30 p.m., and on Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m., featuring live musical performance and artist "talk back."
About this event: What is sacred? What is it that rituals do? What ancient traditions should inspire us now? Where lies the magical and mystical in modern faith? Where do we sense Lady Wisdom at play? Might we hear her call and meet the divine?
Come for this immersive film experience created by the Episcopal Chaplaincy at Harvard, with director Kirsten Z. Cairns, composer and singer Adam Jacob Simon and filmmaker Ashlee Rose Scott.
LadyMass: the Film will be an experience that allows you to wander and explore, and then share in the viewing of a narrative film, all in the course of about a half hour. Protective pandemic protocols will be observed. Bring your mask. Bring an open mind. Leave behind your preconceptions. Walk in the labyrinthine path and let the absurd sing you its song, tell you its tale. What will you find?
Find more information and sign up for tickets here.
The Young Adult Advisory Committee in the Diocese of Massachusetts is a sponsor of this event.