The United Benefice of Sharnbrook, Felmersham and Knotting with Souldrop
Christian Meditation Group The method of meditation known as Christian Meditation was practised by the first Christian monks and was revived for modern Christians by the Benedictine monk John Main. Here is a quotation from John Main summarising its purpose: “The important aim in Christian Meditation is to allow God’s mysterious and silent presence within us to become more and more not only a reality but the reality which gives meaning, shape and purpose to everything we do, everything we are”. John Main Sharnbrook Christian Meditation Group The Sharnbrook Christian Meditation group meets every week in St Peter's Room at St Peter’s Church, and the format is simple - we listen to a short recorded talk, sit in silent meditation for a period, and then finish with a prayer or reading. The group is open to all - Christians of any denomination and non-Christians alike. The group meets every Monday (excluding Bank Holidays) at 8.00pm in St Peter’s Room, at St Peter’s Church, Sharnbrook. World Community for Christian Meditation (WCCM) The group is part of WCCM, a worldwide network of groups that meet in churches, schools, universities, hospitals, prisons, workplaces and homes in over 100 countries, with over 400 groups in the UK alone. As well as supporting the meditation groups, the WCCM organises talks, retreats and conferences. Finding out more If you would like to find out more about Christian Meditation please contact Paul on 01234 782677, or see the WCCM’s UK website -
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