WATER offers a contemplative prayer opportunity each month. This is a communal meditation that welcomes everyone. You are invited to join the wide circle by phone or in the WATER office in Silver Spring, Maryland. We gather around a presented theme. There is a time of silence and reflection followed by optional sharing. You are welcome to join us in the office, or by phone.
Once you register, you will be sent a dial-in number to call in. Your usual standard phone rates apply. For those who come to the office, WATER will be open at 7 PM (EST) for tea and conversation.
All are welcome. The circle emerged from the Engaging Impasse process, which combines meditation with community dialogue. No experience is required; just come with a contemplative spirit. Your presence will enrich us all.
Upcoming Dates – All at WATER and by Phone
May 7, 2018 at 7:30 PM ET with Melissa Feito, register here.
June 4, 2018 at 7:30 PM ET with TBA
July 9, 2018 at 7:30 PM ET with TBA
Mary E. Hunt shares thoughts from Indian environmental activist and anti-globalization author Vandana Shiva about the harmfulness of consumerism. Audio available here.
November’s meditation with Virginia Day features readings by novelist Flannery O’Connor. Audio available here.
Meditation / Contemplative Prayer with Cheryl Nichols, “Come and Listen” Audio available here.
Contemplative Prayer/Meditation with Cathy Jaskey honoring Kaye Ashe, OP. Read the poem here.
“Being with Beauty” with Phoebe Knopf, Audio available here.
“Light Bearers” with Cynthia Tootle
“More About Names” with Janis Roihl
“Our Cloud of Witnesses: A Meditation on Our Mentors in Faith” with Cheryl Nichols
“The Power to Name” with Geralyn McDowell
“Affirming Healing on All Levels” with Cynthia Tootle
“Faith” with Mary E. Hunt
with Mary E. Hunt
“Children and Peace” with Mary E. Hunt
“Mindful Eating” with Mary E. Hunt
“What I Have Learned So Far” with Cheryl Nichols
with Janis Roihl
“Tea with the Goddesses” with Cynthia Tootle
“The First Day of Your Life” with Barbara Cullom
“Brigit Ritual” with Dr. Mary Condren