Lenten Centering Prayer

In the busy-ness of many of our lives, prayer often becomes one more thing to do. Or one more thing not to do. What would it mean to give prayer — steady, centering, grounding, prayer — a more central place in our lives? Would you like to deepen your practice of prayer? Make it more regular, more meaningful, more integrated in your overall life?

Prayer is a spiritual lifeline. Just as walking is the regular physical exercise and forward movement for the body, prayer can be a regular spiritual exercise for the soul. The more we do it, the more it sustains us and helps us in the world around us. Centering prayer is a form of meditation in the Christian tradition using the breath and a sacred word to help center ourselves in God's Presence. It is a spiritual practice that we learn about and practice together.

The Adult Deepening in Faith and Spirituality Ministry Team invites you to join with others in centering prayer during Lent.

During Lent:

  • We will meet @ 8pm in the Lindsay Room for 30 minutes on Ash Wednesday (March 1) after the worship service.
  • We will meet @ 12:30pm for 30 minutes in the Lindsay Room on Sundays following the morning worship. (March 5, 12, 19, 26 & April 2, 9)
  • We will join the Mid-Week Lenten Worship on Thursday evenings (6:30pm) and continue in a time of prayer after each service. (March 9, 16, 23, 30 & April 6)


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