COME AS YOU ARE — whether the idea of a "Universal Christ" piques your or pierces your heart.
Richard Rohr wrote the Universal Christ as if it were a period — a punctuation in late life. Yet, for many seekers, the book is a beginning, a new chapter, a new way of seeing Christ, and engaging with their inner life and the outer world.
BOOK READERS DISCUSSION #1
WHEN: 10:30 am, Wednesday, June 30, 2021
WITH: Carrie Lahain
WHERE: Hybrid. Join the discussion via ZOOM at Stillpoint or from where ever this summer finds you
Haven't finished the book? That's okay. Join us. Through questions posed and conversations, you will walk away with questions to hold and opportunities for self dialogue, silence and conversations with God.
The mission of Stillpoint is to provide a gathering place that is hospitable to and nourishing of the spiritual life. Our programs provide opportunities for spiritual development, personal growth, and social transformation. We welcome individuals and groups of all faiths that genuinely seek the Divine, and those who desire to embrace the sacred in their lives and world. Our goal is that all who come to Stillpoint can experience the invitation: “Be still and know that I am God”.
BE STILL AND KNOW THAT I AM GOD.
— PSALM 46:10
STILLPOINT SPEAKERS SERIES
WATCH OUR EVENT WITH FR. GREG BOYLE!
After a year of pandemic, divisive politics, and protests, Fr. Greg, Founder of Homeboy Industries, draws us back together again and closer to our true selves as compassionate, inclusive, neighborly beings. He shares what he has learned in three decades working with marginalized populations: love is the answer, community is the context, and tenderness is the connective tissue. Tenderness, he says, reflects the foundational notion that there are no us and them, only us. Join us in contemplating what we are invited to become.