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Virtual Moment – Lectio Divina

Virtual Event – Zoom

Lectio Divina is a prayerful reflection and meditation on a passage of scripture. It helps us sense God’s presence through the text and allows space for the Holy Spirit to speak to us. Rather than studying the texts, Lectio Divina gives us an opportunity to meditate on the living Word of the scripture. Jordan Prins,

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Virtual Gathering

Virtual Event – Zoom

Once a month we join together as a community to pray the divine office, partake the divine meal of eucharist, and share a conversation (see the topic below). This time is strongly encouraged for all who join us as Monastics and Practitioners. It is also open to anyone who wishes to join us. Please come with bread

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Virtual Gathering

Virtual Event – Zoom

Once a month we join together as a community to pray the divine office, partake the divine meal of eucharist, and share a conversation (see the topic below). This time is strongly encouraged for all who join us as Monastics and Practitioners. It is also open to anyone who wishes to join us. Please come with bread

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Into our Future

Live Stream

Looking to the Future! Shortly after our third anniversary, we took an extended period of reflection, prayer, rest, and planning. Join us as we share a bit of this time and process with you all. We’ll be talking through the updated mission statement, our new vision statement, and the improvements made to our Gatherings and newsletter.

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Seeing Monastics Everywhere

Live Stream

Join us as we spend more time reflecting on our vision statement, and catch some of the vision to see monastics everywhere. Our vision statement is:

People present with God and others.
Choosing simple lives in cities.
Grounded in monastic rhythms.

God’s Love and Grace

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There is nothing more important throughout time and space than God’s love and grace. It gives us life and breath. While a monastic life revolves around a way of life, it grows out of this field of His love and grace. If we fail to root, remember, and live our lives out of this field, then we take the whole work on ourselves. God invites us to this life together. An invitation extended to us through God’s love and grace.

Cultivating Hospitality

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From the earliest days of monasticism, their communities became known for their hospitality. Many monasteries had hotels, while others had space to care for the sick and elderly. Today, the practice of hospitality plays a large role in monastic communities everywhere. What might it look like for us to cultivate hospitality in ourselves, and where might we discover opportunities to practice hospitality?

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Prayer for Peace and Reconciliation

There is a profound need for peace and reconciliation. Violent people are again wielding death and terror in the Holy Land. There is unprecedented violence, terror, and death across both Israel and Palestine. In the midst of so much sorrow and dismay, let us turn to the Lord in prayer. That we ask the Lord to give us His peace. To give all people His peace.

The people of both lands deserve peace and reconciliation.

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Living Monastic Rhythms

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There are daily, weekly, monthly, and annual rhythms to a monastic life. These rhythms do more than support and sustain a monastic way of life. They help us live through and embody meaningful theological realities. They help us to reflect upon and experience the life of Christ and invite us to a fuller experience of what it means to be alive and a child of God.

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How we Consume

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In a world driven by consumption, it is our contentment and gratitude that are counter-cultural. With the beginning of Advent, let us slow down together for a moment. Let us reflect on how our world makes us discontent. Might we, in this season of anticipation, choose to meet that discontentment not with things but with the one born in a manger for all the world.

Embodying the Fruit of the Spirit

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There are no shortcuts to the transforming and sanctifying work of God in our lives. To make matters more confusing, there are many ideas of Christian maturity. Let us elevate the person and character of Jesus as our hope. Becoming more like Jesus through attending to the Holy Spirit within us. The fruit of the Spirit describes the person of Jesus and the nature of God. Let us hopefully expect God’s work in us. Work that leads to us naturally embodying the fruit of the Spirit from the inside out.

Pursuing God through Prayer

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Prayer draws us into an awareness of Gods presence. A way of being close to His tenderness and love. Let our love of God inspire us to live a life dedicated to prayer. Where prayer allows thoughts, emotions, and words to move to both directions.