Spiritual Sharing Group
The Benedictine Way
Preferring Nothing Whatever to Christ
Are you struggling to find a spiritual life in the midst of days that are forever busy and fragmenting?Looking for ways to restore personal balance and wholeness?Now in its fifth year, this group will explore how timeless ideas in the sixth century Rule of St. Benedict can foster centered and holistic living in the 21st century, and help you discover the many ways Benedictine spirituality can help you live into your Baptismal Covenant and deepen your life with Christ.We’ll be using Esther de Waal’s noted bookSeeking God: The Way of St. Benedict to guide the study of the Rule of St. Benedict. The group will also pray with Scripture using group lectio divina.New members are always welcome.
2nd Wednesday of each month, Oct, 10 , Nov. 14, Dec. 12, Jan 9, Feb 13, Mar. 13, Apr. 10, May 8
Yearly Tuition: $250 ($125 per semester)
The Rev. Dr. Jane Tomaine is an Episcopal priest, published writer, teacher, and a popular speaker and leader. At her former parish, St. Peter’s, Livingston, Jane developed her book St. Benedict’s Toolbox, a guide for living a modern Christ-centered life. Visit her website at: www.stbenedictstoolbox.org