Centering Prayer

05_36_79_webEvery Monday at noon

Be still and know that I am God 
Psalm 46:10

Centering prayer is a means to deepen one’s prayer life by learning to “rest in God.” It is a method of consenting to the presence and action of Christ in the stillness of our being. Father Thomas Keating, a Roman Catholic priest and monk, has popularized this prayer method for the past thirty years but it is an ancient contemplative practice.

The Centering Prayer group meets in the Library every Monday from 12 – 12:45 p.m. Anyone with an interest in deepening his or her relationship with Christ and who wishes to support fellow group members in this prayer practice is welcome. For more information, contact Debbie Scott, our Director of Spirituality and Missions at 434/979-6354, extension 20 or send email.

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If you would like more information about Centering Prayer and contemplative practices, visit the Contemplative Outreach website.