Go Deeper: Saturday, July 13

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Saturday, July 13, 2019
8:30am – 1:00pm

Grace Episcopal Church
(Thompson Room)
514 East Argonne Drive
Kirkwood, MO 63122

Contemplative Outreach of St. Louis will host its next “Go Deeper” session on July 13, 2019.  This ongoing program is designed to deepen and inform our spiritual life.  Each session will speak to our yearning to open to and experience our loving God more deeply.

The topic for the July presentation will be “Stages of Prayer Related to Faith” given by long time presenter Susan Komis.  This presentation is interactive and participant involved.  In terms of the spiritual journey, these stages synthesize to three primary movements of deepening prayer, faith and relationship with God.  The presentation also exemplifies the Christian spiritual journey by exploring “norms” of the journey as they appear in one’s ordinary life.  In addition to the presentation, there will be 2 periods of Centering Prayer and small group discussion.

Anyone with an established Centering Prayer practice or another Contemplative Prayer practice is welcome.  Please note that no meals will be served, but coffee, tea, fruit and nuts will be available.  Feel free to bring snacks for yourself if you wish.  There is no registration or fee for this session.  However, a free will donation may be made and appreciated.

We are all on our spiritual journey every minute of every day.  The journey can be very subtle, challenging and exhilarating.  It requires openness to change.  How we deal with these changes can make all the difference.  We invite you to “Go Deeper” and open to what God wants for you.  Please contact Kathy Dunn or Karlye Keleher with questions.

Presenter Susan Komis is a former Director of Chapter Programs & Services of Contemplative Outreach.  She also served as a chapter coordinator in St. Louis.  Susan continues to work as a commissioned presenter and retreat director.  She is a Pastoral Minister and has been active in adult faith development, spiritual direction and inter-spiritual dialogue as well.   

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