Living From the Center: Lenten Spiritual Practices at UCCLM

An invitation to share The United Church of Christ of La Mesa's Lenten Series of Spiritual Practices.


Living From the Center:  Lenten Spiritual Practices at UCCLM

6pm, Sunday Evenings, February 17 through March 17, 2013

Living a fully human life means living from your center.  Today’s life-experiences can draw you out of your center, knock you off balance and lead to a life of reaction and chaos.  Staying centered is a constant process of self-consultation, awareness, and decision.  Spiritual practices are designed to strengthen your innate capacity to live from the center of your most trusted ideals, commitments, and beliefs.

Starting with the ancient tradition of walking the labyrinth, the people of the United Church of Christ of La Mesa (UCCLM) are embarking on a Lenten journey comprised of five spiritual disciplines:

February 17 – “Walking the Labyrinth – To the Center and Back”

February 24 – “Centering Through Sounds of the Human Spirit”

March 3 – “Silence, Listening, and the Wisdom Tradition”

March 10 – “Let Your Life Speak”

March 17 – “Resurrection of the Centered Soul”

We invite you to share the journey with us.  Each Sunday’s program will start with a simple soup supper in our Friendship Hall at 6pm with the Spiritual Practice immediately following.

UCCLM is located at 5940 Kelton Avenue, La Mesa, CA 91942 (619-464-1519, www.ucclm.org).  We are an Open and Affirming Congregation – All are welcome!

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