Prayer Groups

The primary purpose of a Centering Prayer group is to help sustain the commitment to a regular practice of Centering Prayer. Members of a Centering Prayer group gather to practice Centering Prayer together, to deepen their understanding of Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina, and to share personal experiences of the Centering Prayer practice and its effect in their daily lives. The group provides community support for spiritual journey.

Prayer Groups in the Era of Social Distancing

Series: 
Q&A with Fr. Carl J. Arico

Many of us have been struggling with questions about whether our contemplative prayer groups should continue to meet in light of the current situation and these decisions are increasingly being taken out of our hands as churches decide to close. 

As someone who teaches on spirituality and digital media at General Theological Seminary and who has led prayer groups by video, teleconference, email and Facebook for a number of years, I’d like to offer some suggestions about the many ways we can continue to stay connected in prayer during this challenging time. 

Facilitator Refresher Workshop

Facilitator Refresher Workshop
Date: 
Fri, 15 May 2020
Duration: 
2 days
Region: 
Eastern US

CONTEMPLATIVE OUTREACH OF MARYLAND AND WASHINGTON (COMW)

Invites you to attend:

Facilitator Suppport and Inquiry Workshop
AN OVERNIGHT RETREAT Friday evening, May 15, through Saturday, May 16, 2020
to support new or experienced Centering Prayer group facilitators,
to inform and encourage  anyone considering becoming a facilitator,
and to inspire all.

Type: 
Workshop
Contact Name: 
Marjorie Centofanti
Contact Email: