Spiritual Formation

  Spiritual Formation  

Spiritual Learning

We believe that it is never to soon,
nor too late, to learn.

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Spiritual formation can sound like a big idea, but it is really the name for all the things we do to grow deeper in our faith.  What "forms" you as a person growing in the love and knowledge of God? Below are some resources for important pieces of spiritual formation. 


Prayer is conversation with God. Like any good conversation, sometimes we need to just listen. Other times, it's our turn to tell our story, and yet others, for conversation.  Below are some resources you can find on the web. Check back again for books and local prayer opportunities.


Living into Hope:  Exploring Tools for Resilience
A Quiet Day for Men and Women from local Episcopal congregations
February 9, 2019 / 9:30-3:30   

At the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany


Too busy for a full weekend retreat?  Still feel the need to take a break to pray and reflect? The Revs. Melanie Donahoe, Hailey McKeefry-Delmas and Fran Tornquist invite you to give yourself the gift of some quiet time for reflection, inspiration, and conversation.  We will explore ways of living into hope even in hard times.  Participants can choose to enter into the topic through a selection of means, including music, stories, walking the labyrinth, art, writing, and discussion. It will be a chance to “pick your own adventure” from a variety of offerings to explore creative ways that people of faith can respond to the daily headlines.  Please invite a friend!  Coffee and light breakfast, as well as soup at lunchtime, will be provided. Please bring any other snacks or food you would like. Cost: $20 per person (financial assistance available as needed. Please email to reserve your space. 

Passport Media http://www.d365.org/back2school/

Daily Office Online dailyoffice.org
Morning and Evening Prayer, as well as great Q & A section about prayer in Anglican tradition.

Mission St. Claire missionstclare.com/english/index.html
Morning Prayer, as well as a place to “light" a candle as you say a prayer, and other resources.

Online Labyrinth gracecathedral.org/labyrinth/interactions/index.shtml#
(click on the purple box that says “launch online interactive labyrinth")
The labyrinth is an ancient tool for meditation–usually for walking prayer. At this site, you can "walk" from your desk!


Anglican Rosary (praying with beads)

The Anglican Rosary offers a tactile way to use our hands, mind and heart in prayer.
The sites below each offer some history and suggested models for prayer.

Children's Faith Formation