Date(s) - 02/20/2024
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
This morning will include input on Centering Prayer as the core practice of Christian contemplative life, as well as engagement in Centering Prayer practice. The speaker will also describe Centering Prayer as a communal prayer and communal divine presence, leading us into the practice of praying with a communal intention. We will embark on the making of the two greatest commandments into one: “Love Your God with all your heart, and soul, and strength…. And love your neighbor as your Self” (Mk 12:28-30). These two will become one in us as we deepen our relationship with our true reality in the prayer we will share during this program. Fee: $25
Facilitator: Alan Krema has been a facilitator and leader in Contemplative Outreach Chicago since 2000, served as its coordinator for six years. He is also a Wisdom Waypoints Wisdom facilitator and guide, and an alumnus of the Center for Action and Contemplation Living School. He has recently completed the Shalem Institute’s two-year program: “Transforming Community: Leading Contemplative Prayer Groups and Retreats”.