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Program Schedule for 2015
November 4: "Living the Great Questions Daily: Following in the Path of Jesus" - Noel Schwarz
November 11: "Spiritual Formation: a Life-Long Vocation - Lewis Sorrells
November 18: "The Earth is God's Gift: the Call to Care - Diane DeWitt
November 25: Gratefulness is the Heart of Prayer - an evening of fellowship and sharing
December 2:Advent Series begins: The Ladder of Divine Graces; a path to union by Theophanis the Monk with the celebration of contemplative Eucharist.
December 9: Advent Series continues: The Ladder of Divine Graces; a path to union by Theophanis the Monk
December 16: Advent Series continues: The Ladder of Divine Graces; a path to union by Theophanis the Monk
December 23: Advent Series continues: The Ladder of Divine Graces; a path to union by Theophanis the Monk
December 30: Advent Series continues: The Ladder of Divine Graces; a path to union by Theophanis the Monk
January 6: Contemplative Eucharist
see program highlight at right for more information for the upcoming Series
All gatherings meet at
156 E. Chestnut St.
6:45 PM - 8:30 PM
For more information contact Emily Wilmer at
828.319.7240 or email@example.com
Special Event - November, 2015
We are delighted to announce publication of a new book edited by David Keller, including a chapter by David and contributions by fourteen colleagues, including Rowan Williams, Esther De Waal, and Metropolitan Kallistos Ware:
Boundless Grandeur: the Christian Vision of
With the publication of David's new book in the fall by Wipf & Stock in Eugene, Oregon, several book events have been planned for November, 2015 in North Wales and Oxford, England.
The Christian Vision of Donald Allchin
Friday November 6 - Sunday November 8
Hawarden, North Wales, UK
among those who will reflect on the importance
and friendship of Donald Allchin whose legacy embraces the Anglican,
Eastern Orthodox, and Celtic traditions and a love of Welsh poetry are:
This event marks the launch of a new book about Donald’s
theology and offers the opportunity to listen to some of the
great writers of contemporary spirituality.
Residential tickets (bed & breakfast, morning and afternoon coffee, lunch and dinner) start from £181, non-residential tickets £100.
Discount rates for clergy and students apply.
To book contact Reception on 01244 532350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Gladstone’s Library, Church Lane, Hawarden, Flintshire, CH5 3DF www.gladstoneslibrary.org
Saturday, November 14 - 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Chapel at Pusey House
St. Giles, Oxford, UK
Co-sponsored by Pusey House and St. Theosevia Center for Christian Spirituality
Confirmed speakers at this time are:
Study days FREE for students with card. Non-students £5 (on door). No booking needed, just come, for all or part of the day. Lunch break 1-2 pm (please provide your own lunch).
St. Macarius Contemplative Community
invites you to join us for
Reflections on the Contemplative Way
in Daily Life
November 4, 11, and 18 2015
“The contemplative way happens by being present in love: being appreciatively and responsively present right here and now."
Please join us when three of our Community members share the ways in which they are ‘appreciatively and responsively present right here and now.’
November 4 "Living the Great Questions Daily: Following in the Path of Jesus"
November 11 “Spiritual formation: a Life-long Vocation"
November 18 "The Earth is God's Gift: the Call to Care
All reflections will be at Servanthood House, 156 E. Chestnut St. Asheville. Each evening begins with thirty minutes of contemplative prayer, followed by a reflection, and ends with vespers.
St Macarius Contemplative Community
invites you to join them for
the regular meeting of the community for
contemplative prayer and reflection every Wednesday
of the year.
Our usual schedule:
7:00: 30 minutes of contemplative prayer
7:30: fellowship with tea and a sweet
7:45: a reflection on a topic pertinent to the contemplative life
8:15: closing Vespers
All gatherings meet at
156 E. Chestnut St.
For more information contact: Emily Wilmer at 828.319.7240 or email@example.com
Photo on the left was taken on the Close of the General Theological Seminary, New York City, at the entrance to the Desmond Tutu Center for Reconciliation.