CENTERING PRAYER SERVICES
The service begins with 30 minutes of Centering Prayer and closes with a brief passage or prayer. Join in-person in Theosis Chapel or online.
The service includes 20 minutes of Centering Prayer and closes with a brief prayer. On Monday’s you are welcome to stay online to participate in a Centering Prayer support group.
Lectio Divina Service
The service begins with 20 minutes of Centering Prayer, followed by four prayerful readings of a liturgical Scripture with periods of silence in between. The community is then invited to share their reflections. You can experience Lectio Divina in the Sanctuary or participate in a separate online service. If participating at the Church, there is fellowship time from 9:00-9:30 and light food is available.
Intercessory Prayer Circle
Sunday 9am (immediately following Lectio Divina service)
Join in praying for those in need. Submit your prayers online, live during the prayer circle, or in the prayer box.
The service includes teachings and spiritual readings, music, a brief period of Centering Prayer and celebration of the Eucharist. Service is open to in-person attendance and there is ample seating capacity.
MIDWEEK CONTEMPLATIVE SERVICE
The service begins with 20 minutes of Centering Prayer, followed by the liturgical Scripture readings for the day, a brief homily and celebration of the Eucharist. Midweek worship service is open to in-person attendance and there is ample seating capacity.
Wednesday at noon
Held in the Fellowship Hall. Enjoy soup, salad and bread, while listening to a reading from one of our many contemplative and Work books. Reading ends by 12:30, leaving time for fellowship. Suggested love offering of $5. No registration or call ahead needed.
THE JOURNEY SCHOOL
This ongoing class explores the ideas and practices of the Work of Inner Christianity integrated with wisdom from the contemplative Christian tradition. Classes are centered on the weekly Journey School email.
Exploring the Bible through the lenses of the Work of Inner Christianity and the wisdom of the contemplative dimension. We ponder the upcoming weekly liturgical and lectionary readings, and from time to time, explore other key selections from the Bible, in the manner of Maurice Nicoll’s The New Man. No prerequisites or prior biblical knowledge required – just a willingness to listen, share, learn and grow.