One of the great gifts and resources of our church is the Christian spiritual practice of Centering Prayer. Centering Prayer continues to be practiced via Zoom, at this time.
Centering Prayer is a method of silent prayer that helps us experience God’s presence within us and helps us foster and deepen that relationship with God. Centering Prayer adds a depth of meaning to the other facts of the life of faith.
For many people, the quietness of Centering Prayer helps open them up to God’s presence so that times of worship and acts of service are grounded in loving compassion. For others, this helps foster deeper relationships with others in the community where faith and spirituality can be shared and increases their generosity in giving and sharing of their gifts and resources.
Centering prayer is the way to find rest in God presence. Not only does this help us in our own lives, but helps us as a larger community as it helps bond our members together in mutual friendship and love.
We have a few groups that are led by people in the church who have made this type of prayer a major part of their faith journey. The groups meet through the week during our program year, each with its own distinct flavor and focus. Please contact the office and we will gladly put you in touch with one of the leaders who can answer any questions.
Here is a brief video that gives a good overview.