Monthly On-Going Contemplative Groups for Women & Men
If you’d like to experience the benefits of connecting to and exploring your relationship with the Divine in the company of a small group of fellow travelers on the contemplative path, please consider joining one of the following groups.
If you’re not sure if a group is right for you, please contact us and we’ll put you in touch with one of the regular participants, so you can ask any questions you have.
An Exploration Of A Way Of Being In The World
Third Wednesday of Each Month
This on-going Eremos offering provides an opportunity to explore the rich tradition of Benedictine spirituality as a way to enrich the spiritual depth and meaning of our lives and as a guide to everyday living.
Contemplative Creativity Circle
Sr. Marie Angele Sanchez
First Saturday of Each Month
The creative process offers a path where, just beneath the surface of artistic endeavor, the rhythm of prayer unfolds: senses awaken, mind focuses, heart opens & soul bestows her gifts. COME CREATE, REFLECT, RESPOND!
Contemplative Men’s Group
Deep camaraderie, open communication.
Third Thursday of Each Month
Our men’s 90-minute gatherings offer an atmosphere of confidentiality, trust and acceptance where men can find a sense of mutual accountability in a regular time dedicated to community and contemplative practice.
Third Sunday of Each Month
Eremos invites you to an opportunity to nourish your soul in these times of change and to support any contemplative practices you may have. Come sooth your spirit as we support one another through these unprecedented days.
Sisters Contemplative Morning
Second Saturday of Each Month
This program attracts women desiring to experience the benefits of extended periods of silence in the company of other kindred souls. Participants gather for an hour of silence for personal prayer, meditation, or journaling to start the morning.
Last Saturday of Each Month
Experience the simple, profound gifts that the spaciousness in this ‘time out’ can give you. Whether it’s to be present to God’s love and call, to hear your inner wisdom, or to rest your weary spirit in quiet company, come and be awhile.