Morning Grounding is "a weekly touchstone that includes singing, silence, sacred text, and community connection". (Mondays, 9:00-9:45 AM CDT) via zoom.
Wood & Water offer online retreats throughout the year on topics addressing current events and issues.
Offers regular Online Meditations, Retreats and Classes
Prayer walking can be a great way to get outside and connect with God and your community. Here’s some advice for turning a regular stroll into a means of discipleship.
The Center for Mindful Self-Compassion offers 10 Self-Compassion Practices for the Crisis in Ukraine.
We Conspire is a monthly email from the Center for Action and Contemplation featuring wisdom and stories from the emerging Christian contemplative movement and alternative orthodoxy.
Learn more and sign up here.
Auckland Diocese Anglican priest Jemma Allen offers a few words on developing self-compassion, and with it Kindness.
Rev. Dr. Cameron Trimble encourages leaders to develop a practice of prayer.
Westminster Presbyterian Church's Thin Places, is a quarterly ecumenical newsletter of writings and individual, small group and congregational prayer opportunities.
Ted Talk: “Want to be happy? Be Grateful" with Brother David Steindl-Rast, a monk and interfaith scholar, who suggests we stop, look, and find a reason for gratitude in every situation.
Find a variety of free practices and more information on self-compassion here.
Benedictine CARE integrates Contemplative Practices, the Benedictine Monastic Heritage, and Therapeutic Lifestyle Programming.
Old habits, choices we no longer want to make, over indulgences, and living within a loud culture all amplify internal static that makes it almost impossible to hear, to listen, to our embodied true selves.
Monthly gatherings are enrolling at all times for both in-person and online participation.
Learn more and register here.