It is essential now to remember that there has never been a renewal of the Church in history without a corresponding renewal of contemplative prayer and religious life. I utterly affirm the work of the Center for Spiritual Imagination. They have a key role to play in the process of supporting new religious communities and movements at this crucial time of major cultural change.”
– The Rev’d Ian Mobsby, author of A New Monastic Handbook: From Vision to Practice
8:15pm to 8:45pm EDT
Join us online for our Tuesday night contemplative prayer service including guided meditation and beautiful ancient chants. Click below for more info and Zoom meeting details.
Tuesday, September 29
12pm EDT and 7pm EDT (same program offered twice)
Explore the spirituality of the Community of the Incarnation and learn how to translate the gifts of monastic spirituality into a balanced plan for growing into a deeper relationship with God, neighbor, and creation. Click below for information on how to register.
Tuesdays, October 6-27
Why is one a Christian? Can one defend one's faith rationally against challenges to it? The psychologist and philosopher William James addressed these problems over 100 years ago, and his reflections are still valid today. Click below for details.