Centering Prayer is a form of Christian silent mediation where one lets go of thoughts during periods of prayer typically lasting 20 minutes. It is rooted in the self-emptying love that forms the heart of Jesus’ teaching and life. The effect on those who practice it is an ever-increasing awareness of God’s action and presence in the course of ordinary life.
A Centering Prayer group meets at St. Mary’s Sewanee on Tuesdays from 3:30 to 5 p.m. All are welcome.
For more offerings, including Centering Prayer retreats, please visit our Calendar of Events.