Throughout the year different members of the community will often lead or arrange studies on books, films, the Bible, or other elements in an effort to engage in meaningful spiritual growth through group study.
It’s apparent to the spiritual journeyman of the essential need for us to be in each other’s lives. We find that walking with each other through life is a place to find more and more value. Gatherings of 5-10 people who meet together regularly to care for each other, study, and pray. Just as cells in the human body are the building blocks for physical growth, in the same way our cell groups are the building blocks for our sense of community.
Have you wanted to deepen your relationship with God? Join our contemplative prayer group for a time of centering prayer (silent meditative prayer), educational video, and discussion from 5-6:30 pm on Thursday evenings. The gathering will be facilitated by Diane Ryan and Amy Evans of St. Johns Episcopal Church. It is open to anyone interested and participants do not need to be experienced in centering prayer. This experiential, educational, and reflective layout happens every Thursday evening. All are welcome, even if only for the first 20 minutes of centering prayer. We will end promptly at 6:30 pm.