Centering prayer is a method of silent prayer that prepares us to receive the fullness of God’s presence and love. It is a discipline of true calm, as we dwell with a God who speaks in the silent moments. Read more

Corporate prayer is the act of praying, both silently and aloud, with other believers. There are many Biblical examples of corporate prayer – for example, praying together was a key feature of the early church in Acts. Read more

The Daily Examen is a technique of prayerful reflection on the events of the day in order to see God’s presence and power, and to discern his direction for us. It is adapted from the technique described by St. Ignatius Loyola in his book Spiritual Exercises. Ignatius suggests that the Examen be practiced twice a day, once at noon and once at the end of the day. Read more

The Daily Office is a liturgy of prayer and scripture used by Christians around the world, sharing the same verses of scripture and traditional prayers each day. The Daily Office normally consists of three prayer times – morning, midday and evening prayer. Read more

Fasting is abstaining from food (or from other things) for spiritual purposes. Fasting reminds us that we are sustained by “every word that comes from the mouth of God.” (Matthew 4:4) In fasting, we’re not so much abstaining from food as we are feasting on God’s word. Read more

Intercession is prayer that pleads with God for ourselves and for others. In prayers of intercession, we ask God in his power and justice to make right that which is wrong. Read more

Labyrinths were a feature of many medieval cathedrals, as a sort of pilgrimage for those who were unable to make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem, Rome or Santiago. The path of the labyrinth represents the path of the soul through life – with many twists and turns, but one path that God leads us in. Read more

The practice of Lectio Divina is one of reading Scripture with no agenda and no presuppositions. It is a practice of reading the Bible as a sacred object that gives a living revelation of God to the reader. Read more

Prayer Ministry is praying by inviting Jesus to love his children, like only he can. It is a time of prayer where we invite Jesus to come in and do the healing work that needs to be done in us. Read more

The Breath Prayer is a way to follow Paul’s exhortation to “pray without ceasing” (1 Thessalonians 5:17). It has the potential to become as natural as breathing. It is a short prayer of praise and petition, six to twelve syllables in length, which can be repeated throughout the day. Read more

Walking the Stations of the Cross allow us to walk the path the Jesus walked as he carried his cross to Golgotha to be crucified. By walking the Stations we enter into Jesus’ suffering and experience the deep and abiding love Jesus has for us. Read more