After soup or salad on the second Sunday of each month we invite an hour of shared spiritual practice from 1:30-2:30. Over time we sample practices that focus our attention and intention, that call us to be present and undivided, practices like meditation, drumming, altered-book poetry, dancing, Lectio Divina, body prayers, mandala making, heart fluency, listening to music, labyrinth walking, a prayer bead practice…
This month, the Rev. Karyn Packard shares the practice of Lectio Divina: Transforming Words & Images into Heart-Centered Prayer
Karyn invites: Enter into the rhythm of lectio divina. Allow yourself to sink into silence and spaciousness and begin to explore its contours. This is an ancient four-movement process of contemplation and reflection. Discover where your heart is being led. Open yourself to trust in the way the Spirit is moving you.
UUCM’s annual meeting takes place after the 11:30 service Sunday. Bring a sack lunch, and take this opportunity to step out of the busyness of the days, and center yourself in your heart.