CURRENT OFFERINGS

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ONLINE SILENT MEDITATION

April - June 2020

Wednesday & Friday mornings
8:30 - 9:00am

ONLINE PSYCHOTHERAPY

Available by appointment

Online Psychotherapy has it's place... and it's time.  Right now with current safety protocols in place, we can meet online and talk about what's on your mind and in your heart.  If you'd like to connect, my door is open to you.

 

CONTEMPLATIVE PRACTICE

winter session: 6 January to 10 March


Mornings: Wednesdays & Fridays 8:30 - 9:00am

Evening: Mondays 8:00 - 8:45pm


Community Prayer Room

Waterloo Kitchener United Mennonite Church 

15 George St. in Waterloo


Allan Station (LRT) *  free parking available

Come to a place where you can join with others in a practice of being in silence.   We will begin with a short poem, verse or musical piece and then move into a time of quiet. 


Everyone is welcome: secular or any religious faith; beginners and experienced practitioners.

This practice is given freely.  

Questions? Interested, but the times don't work?

Please get in touch!

 

EXPLORING MINDFULNESS

Mondays 7:00 - 8:00pm


This 4 week class will be offered:

January 20th  – February 10th

March 2nd – March 30th

April 20th – May 11th

15 George St. in Waterloo

WK United Mennonite Church


Allan Station (LRT) *  free parking available

Wondering what to do in the silence?  Come and explore variations on mindfulness, meditation and other contemplative practices.  Explore, experience and expand your repertoire, with emphasis placed on integration into everyday life.   

$75 for 4 classes

 

Want more?
Check out another Contemplative Practice at Rockway Mennonite Church
47 Onward Ave, Kitchener

8:00 - 8:30am Thursday mornings

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GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN...

See something that looks interesting?  Let me know, these offerings can be recreated!

GUIDE MY FEET - NOV 10, 2018

One Day Retreat
Sometimes it feels like we are simply walking through the routine of our days just to fall into bed and wake up to do it all again.  This daily path can become a rut that might seem off-track from long ago dreams and our heart’s current longing.  During this one-day retreat, we’ll step out of our ordinary life to slow down, tend to our soul (and soles!), and find ways to orient ourselves in the direction of our callings.  We’ll do this through exploring several readings on “callings” in life; guidance for a silent walking meditation; listening to and caring for our feet; quiet time for personal journaling or rest; and facilitated sharing.  At the end of the day, when we step back into our daily routines, we’ll be more aware of our soul’s yearnings that guide our feet in the direction of our callings.

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