Thursday, March 11, 2010

Centering Prayer at St. Mary's House

We've offered Centering Prayer at St. Mary's House (Episcopal Campus Ministry, Greensboro, Walker Street just a block up from Tate Street) for three Wednesdays now and will continue, every Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. All are welcome.

8:30 Taizé chant, introduction, “how-to”
8:40 Silence: Centering Prayer
9:00 Taizé chant followed by silence and conversation
9:30 End with Taizé chant (chanting begins around 9:25).

As you can see, we have a visual focus to greet people upon arrival and for when we open our eyes after Centering Prayer. We sit on the floor, though there are chairs for those who prefer. All are welcome. There is a ramp to the left of the house, for those who use wheels, crutches, or a walker.

Come to the quiet, where G*d awaits you.


Fran said...

Wow... the Chinese spam commenter got here first. *sigh*

Anyway, lovely post Jane. Taize is something that goes deeply into the heart.

Caminante said...

Thanks for the morning velas... and a lovely Theotokos.

Catherine said...

I concur with both Fran and Caminante...just looking at the Theotokos causes one to experience the mystical nature of the the human and the divine...thank you, dear Jane.