Centering Prayer in Community

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Dr. Mark Baxter, a chiropractor who understands the importance of a healthy mind to have a healthy body, leads our bi-weekly Centering Prayer group at Stillpoint.

The silence portion is approximately 20 minutes, so this style of prayer is great for those who are beginning as well as long-time  practitioners who want to join a group setting to experience the deeper sense of connection with others that is possible through Centering Prayer.

Developed by Fr. Thomas Keating, Centering Prayer is a method of prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of God’s presence in Contemplative Prayer. Beyond thoughts, words, and emotions, Centering Prayer leads to a resting in God. Praying in a group setting creates an atmosphere where the mind is quieted more easily, a sacred community is formed, and practitioners experience a depth that bears fruit in spirit, body and mind.

There are no prerequisites.  All are invited to come and take part in this relaxing and contemplative prayer style.

Time: 12:15 – 12:45 p.m.
Gathering and pre-meeting at 12 pm

PLEASE NOTE: Centering Prayer in Community at Stillpoint is offered on the basis of a freewill donation.  Your generous donation to Stillpoint: Center for Spiritual Development may be tax deductible pursuant to the provisions of section 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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