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Silent Saturday with a Lectio Divina Session – Saturday, February 10, 2024, 8:30-11 am

Open your hearts to silence and wonder in preparation of the 40 Days of Lent & Valentine’s Day. Join us for Silent Saturday with a change for the season. We will have a Centering Prayer period and a Lectio Divina session and sharing, followed by a break and a second Centering Prayer period. New Location.

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Introduction to Centering Prayer – Sat., Feb. 3, 2024

Are you looking for a way to explore or deepen your relationship with God? Learn the basics of Centering Prayer, experience it in a guided setting, and share your experience with the presenters and your fellow participants. For Intro Workshop, Soul Trekkers & Epiphany Celebration please click here for more information.

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NEW LOCATION: Epiphany Celebration & Potluck – Sunday, January 7, 2024, 1:45 – 5:00 pm

NEW LOCATION! Father Thomas Keating calls Epiphany the Crowning Feast of the Christmas season! Epiphany also celebrates our joyful entrance into a magical New Year. “Emmanuel: God with Us” Presented by Reverend Benjamin McWhorter-Rush. Our community gathers at a NEW LOCATION: Community of Christ Church 830 North Kirkwood Road Kirkwood, MO 63122 to express gratitude.

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NEW LOCATION: Poetry and Centering Prayer – Saturday, January 6, 2024, 1:15 – 3:30 pm

NEW LOCATION: This Saturday afternoon, Contemplative Outreach “Soul Trekkers” invites you to explore the art of meditation and poetry. Find stillness intertwined with your imagination. Dwight Bitikofer will guide us on this trek. Please bring pen and notebook. NEW LOCATION: Community of Christ Church 830 North Kirkwood Road Kirkwood, MO

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Advent Silent Saturday with a Lectio Divina Session December 9, 2023

“Come rest awhile with the Lord.” Advent is a treasured graced-filled time of the year and an opportunity to light our awareness to the expectant hope of this season. Contemplative Outreach St. Louis invites you to a morning of prayer including Lectio Divina, and two Centering Prayer sessions, as we prepare for Advent’s invitation.

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