Centering Prayer Network - Western Australia

 

Centering Prayer Groups in Western Australia:

 

Subiaco Centering Prayer Group

Location: Tribune Chapel inside the Church of St Joseph Subiaco

3 Salvado Rd

Subiaco WA 6008
Time: Every Wednesday 5.30pm
Contact: Neilpreston69@hotmail.com
Mobile Contact: 04396 946 869

 

 

There will be a group soon to commence in Palmyra WA - details to follow

 

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GROWING WHERE YOU ARE PLANTED:

 

Cultivating a contemplative life through the practice of Centering Prayer

 

Centering prayer is a way a cultivating a relationship with God 

by simply resting in God beyond thoughts, words, and emotions.

St Joseph's 3 Salvado Rd, Subiaco

 

Background:

What can silence teach us about God and about ourselves? The answer is a great deal, according to the history of the Christian tradition.

 

The classical meaning of contemplative prayer is simply a way of 'resting in God'.

 

Centering prayer is a way a cultivating a relationship with God by simply resting in God beyond thoughts, words, and emotions.

 

In the Christian tradition Contemplative Prayer is considered to be a pure gift of God. It is the opening of mind and heart – our whole being – to the One who is the ultimate mystery and the source of our being.

 

What we wish to offer – sharing the gift of Centering Prayer

 

The Centering Prayer Network of Western Australia through the auspices of St Josephs, Subiaco, invites you to learn more about the practice of centering prayer and how it may bring you and your faith community to the gift of simply 'resting in God'.

 

How many of us Christians truly understand the contemplative dimension of the Gospel and our great tradition of mystical and contemplative prayer?  We wish to offer you a foundational program of this wonderful gift of 'resting in God'.

 

The Program:

We offer a number of workshops for those interested in the prayer that we call 'the liturgy of silence'.

 

To learn more about the Series of six workshops, click on