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- Abbey of the Arts' Christine Valters Paintner and Rev. Simon Ruth de Voil offer monthly Contemplative Prayer Services on October 4th - the Feast of St. Francis. In November they'll gather on the 1st for the feast of All Saints. Join on First Mondays for these times of quiet reflection, song, poetry, prayer, and lectio divina. A wonderful way to pray together as a global community.
- The Benedictine Center offers a weekly Centering Prayer Group (Wednesdays).
- The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society offers its Tree of Contemplative Practices along with links to many of the practices.
- The Episcopal House of Prayer, Collegeville & Minneapolis, offers a Mystic-a-Month online series (2nd Mondays) and an Online Prayer Series devoted to introducing participants to different recognized forms of prayer (4th Sundays).
- Linden Hills UCC offers Wednesday Meditation with Leni DeMik. (Join via zoom)
- The Loyola Spirituality Center offers morning Centering Prayer and Evening Examen Prayers both weekly, Thursdays.
- Minnehaha United Methodist Church offers an online Taizé Prayer service.
- Minnesota Contemplative Outreach offers First Things: Morning Centering Prayer (daily, 7:00 AM CST) and Thursday Evening Centering Prayer (7:00 PM CST).
- Pilgrim Lutheran, St Paul, offers an online Sunday Night Contemplative Worship.
- Shalem Institute offers free online resources and courses to support mental and spiritual well-being for congregational leaders, including a Compassion Guided Meditation and Three Essentials for Leadership in the Time of Coronavirus.
- The Many share Groundings: Guided Meditations with Music, Visuals and Words
- Upper Room offers Morning Prayer on Facebook Live or YouTube.
- Progressive Christianity shares this Golden Light Meditation with Crystal Singing Bowls from Ashana Lobody
- Forward Movement offers podcasts to center you in prayer
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