Centering Prayer Workshop

February 17, 2024

9:00am – 2:00pm

 

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Centering Prayer Introductory Workshop

Contemplative prayer is God’s personal and unique gift to us and has been a part of our Christian heritage for centuries. If we are open to this gift, it may profoundly affect our daily life. An interior experience of God’s presence activates our capacity to perceive Him in everything else, in people, in events, in nature.

The Centering Prayer Introductory Workshop explains this gift and how it deepens our relationship with God. It teaches a simple method of Christian silent prayer. The Workshop offers four presentations led by two highly experienced Contemplative Outreach Commissioned Presenters, two opportunities to experience the prayer, and ample time for questions and discussion.

Whether you are new to contemplative practices or just curious to know more, please consider joining us!

Centering Prayer Workshop Registration

Call (731) 660-2770 to register by phone. 

Event Details:

February 17, 2024
9:00am–2:00pm, lunch included
All Saints Anglican Church Parish Hall
Cost $15 (scholarships available)
Contact Sally Swanson OR Landon Preston for more information.

Sponsored by All Saints Anglican Church and Contemplative Outreach

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2024 Speakers 

 

profile2 L.J. Milone serves as the Director of Faith Formation for the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle and is a former coordinator for Contemplative Outreach of Maryland and Washington. He is a Commissioned Presenter of Centering Prayer Introductory Workshops and has led many half-day Centering Prayer retreats, as well as retreats for various churches. LJ is the author of a book entitled, “Nothing but God: The Everyday Mysticism of Meister Eckhart.”

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Guy Semmes has been practicing Centering Prayer for 25 years. He is a former coordinator of Contemplative Outreach of Maryland and Washington. As a Commissioned Presenter of Centering Prayer Introductory Workshops, he has offered this training to dozens of churches and groups. Guy is the founder of Hopkins & Porter, a design and building construction firm in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.