Looking for community and prayer? Our midweek and post-service gatherings are designed to create space and grace as we come together around the transforming presence of Christ.
Wednesday: Yoga + Noonday Prayer, 11:30-12:15 This series provides an opportunity to explore movement as a spiritual practice. Led by Lisha Epperson, St. Peter's Pastoral Associate, former dancer of Dance Theater of Harlem and long-time student of yoga. Yoga will be from 11:30-12 and Noonday prayer from 12-12:15 in St. Peter's Sanctuary. Come for one part or both. It is FREE and open to the public. All ages welcome. The sanctuary will also be open for meditation and prayer till 1 PM. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday: Women's Group @ 6:30-8:30 pm (starting up April 12) Nourish your soul by gathering with a wonderful group of women during the week! Join our weekly women's group that meets in St. Peter's Rectory. We share a meal, center conversation around a book or study, and pray together. For more info, contact Jessica Hall at email@example.com.
Finding Connection in Conflict Workshop, Sunday, April 23, 11:30-1 pm Led by Andrew Haas, Founder of Haas Mediation & Training. Have you ever left a dispute feeling like you weren't your best self wondering, "Why didn't I say that?" or "Why was that so painful?". Is there a way to become your best self and open opportunities for meaningful resolution? Discover why we often stray from who we want to be in conflict and how we can transform disruptive differences into opportunities for growth and direction. Through dynamic exercises, participants explore their beliefs about conflict, gain clarity about what people want during disputes, and learn skills that foster opportunities for deeper connection in conflict.
Thursday: Family Table - Group Spiritual Direction, April 27, 6:30-8:30 pm “Being heard is so close to being loved that for the average person, they are almost indistinguishable.” ― David W. Augsburger. In group spiritual direction, we prayerfully listen and hold space for the stories we carry, with one ear attuned to God and one attuned to each other. It is a simple yet powerful practice of listening in community. We start with food (of course) then move into groups of three to four people, then end with a debrief of the experience. Try it even once! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Journeying together in group spiritual direction
Concert and conversation with rapper JP Reynolds
Learning to prayerfully listen and discern God's presence at Family Table