Centering Prayer, also sometimes called contemplative prayer or listening prayer, is a method of silent prayer that prepares us for experiencing the close presence of God in us. Not intended to take the place of other types of prayer, Centering Prayer helps to bring a deeper meaning to all prayer.
A meditative way of praying, Centering Prayer helps us to rest in God’s presence. Instead of talking to God as in more active methods of prayer, during Centering Prayer we simply receive the inflow of the Holy Spirit. The method of Centering Prayer is simple — anyone can learn quickly.
Anyone interested in learning more about Centering Prayer may contact the office at (662) 842-4386 or or visit the Contemplative Outreach website.