February 14, 2009
Presenter: Colleen M. Griffith, STM professor of the practice of theology and faculty director of spirituality studies
For Christians throughout time, one way of fostering relationship with and experiencing the living Christ has been through engaging spiritual practices. Our faith tradition is full of rich practices that have the potential to orient the faith lives of contemporary Christians in meaningful ways. Some of these practices have deep historical roots but are little known. Others are long revered practices that have come to assume new meaning, having been adapted in varied contexts. In conjunction with the Spring 2009 issue of C21 Resources, this workshop provides access to old and new spiritual practices found in our vast Christian storeroom.
Sponsored by the School of Theology and Ministry and The Church in the 21st Century Center