Last updated 1st November 2022
"Pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests . With this in mind be alert and always keep on praying."
- Ephesians 6:18
What is “Pathways to Prayer”?
This is a wonderful way to explore fresh perspectives on patterns and styles of prayer, meditation and contemplation through a diverse range of workshops.
It works best as a morning or afternoon which can open with a short time of worship, a Bible reading and a short talk on prayer followed by a choice of hour long prayer workshops where participants can try out a way of praying which is new to them. After a short break the workshops are then repeated so participants can try a different experience. The time concludes with a few minutes together at the end for a final prayer.
Workshop leaders are drawn from a variety of traditions across the diocese according to the topics requested.
Recent workshop themes have included...
If you would like to have a Pathways to Prayer event in your parish or deanery, please contact Gill Ireland, firstname.lastname@example.org who can give you more information, help you organise your event and find you workshop leaders for your session.
Anna Rankin, November 2022