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Led by Dr. Margot Eyring
As a well-being coach and spiritual director, Margot uses body prayer, yoga and mindfulness practices to help us become aware of how our faith is truly connected to our whole selves and for increased well-being. Her undergraduate dance training, interdisciplinary doctoral studies about well-being, master's work in Christian formation, training with the Shalem Institute in contemplative practice, love of blues dancing and yoga certification all contribute to her interdisciplinary approach to facilitating well-being and Shalom.
There is no cost for the program, however, lunch will be provided at a cost of $15 (collected at the lunch hour). We encourage you to invite others! Please contact the Rev. Dr. Peter Antoci (202-363-4119, ext. 243; firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
This Lent, our parish once again will organize small study groups to gather, read and discuss a book, "The Unbearable Wholeness of Being: God, Evolution and the Power of Love." The study groups will benefit from a distinguished speaker series with lectures by Dr. Ilia Delio, OSF, Professor of Theology at Georgetown University and winner of a Templeton Course Award in Science and Religion.
Individual study groups will form to meet on specific days of the week and at various locations.
Lent is a time of preparation for Easter. The word is an Old English one for springtime, and it refers to the lengthening of daylight during this season. And so it is a season well framed by practices of spiritual discipline and growth. Each week we will offer four prayerful responses to Sunday’s Gospel lesson. Reflections will include art, music and word. We invite you to experience different learning styles as we “pray Lent” together.