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Enter the worldwide Anglican tradition of Daily Prayer. From North America to New Zealand, you can pray Morning, Noon, and/or Night Prayer from these parts of the world. Features daily readings and reflective meditations in the Anglican tradition.
Designed to help you nurture conversations with God and build an intimate relationship with Christ, “Pray As You Go” can be used anywhere at anytime. This spiritual exercise combines Biblical reflections with practical life application. These audio prayers, include inspired choral music from around the world making this spiritual experience a pure delight! Download the “Pray As You Go” app for even more flexibility whether you’re at home or on the road. These prayers are ideal for the person who’s always “on the go!”, and are perfect also for anyone who wants to nurture their practice of daily prayer.
An incredibly deep and practical ten minute form of prayer which focuses on a different piece of Scripture each day. On screen guidance leads you through your daily reflection and invites you to explore how God is present with you in the every day moments of life. Sacred Space is a ministry of the Irish Jesuits, it is inspired by the spirituality of Saint Ignatius of Loyola (Ignatian spirituality)
The Labyrinth is an ancient spiritual practice that focuses on walking a circular path as a form of centering prayer. You are invited to come down to our church to walk the Labyrinth at any time, or you might like to visit our Virtual Labyrinth right now where you can enter the experience from home.
A beginners guide to the Daily Examen, which is an excellent practice of Ignatian prayer. It will help you find the presence of God in everyday life.
Enter here for weekly reflections on God’s presence with us through the wonder of creation. Find our what the puffins of eastern egg rock and the humble creosote bush have to teach us about caring for this fragile planet we have been entrusted with.