Center for Spiritual Imagination

Our Projects

© Joe Pellicone

Our work shares the gifts of the Christian contemplative tradition by forming persons and communities who can meet the social and ecological challenges of our world with generosity, courage and commitment. 

New Monasticism

© Fred Greco

Our community has developed a formation program for those seeking to commit to a new monastic life. This three-year formation program helps prepare participants to devote themselves to a life of prayer and service.  

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Meditation & Justice for Young Adults

© Morgan Mercer Ladd

Our methodology re-imagines the Christian contemplative tradition and connects it to the spiritual needs of young seekers who often don’t identify with any religious tradition (Spiritual But Not Religious).

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Contemplation on the Streets

Responding to neighbors in need as well as systemic injustice has been at the core of our commitment to engaged contemplation. We have brought food to the hungry in Hempstead and we have brought contemplative practice to inmates at Nassau Correctional Center. 

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Contemplative Renewal for Ministry

© Joe Pellicone

Our Contemplative Ministry Institute's goal will be to invite seminarians, clergy and lay leaders into a journey of personal transformation by developing a new monastic rhythm of daily spiritual practice and mindfulness.

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