Centering Prayer is designed for people of faith in today’s busy world, that they may find spiritual refuge in what T. S. Eliot called “the still point of the turning world.”
Silence. Quiet. Still. Open. Listen. These are all words that suggest themselves to someone who is beginning to taste the reality of God’s presence within. Based on the prayer practice Jesus taught in the Sermon on the Mount: “Whenever you pray go into your room and shut the door and pray to your Father who is in secret” (Matthew 6:6), Centering Prayer offers a rare opportunity to lay aside all the trials and troubles of everyday life and to connect more deeply with God.
Join us Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm in Laughlin Hall.
Contact Richard Kigel at 718.698.7514 or for more information.