Friday, July 27, 2007

Interfaith meditation

I found an article entitled "ARKANSAS: Diocese building broad retreat ministry" that interested me very much. Take a look:
The Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas has begun a capital campaign to support House of Prayer, a new ministry of the diocese and St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, Little Rock.

ministry is meant to provide a silent refuge for prayer and meditation to persons from all faith traditions as well as those with no church experience.

It also has the potential to unite the ecumenical community, according to Arkansas Bishop Larry Benfield.

Information about the House of Prayer capital campaign was mailed to all Episcopalians in Arkansas in May and is also available on the
House of Prayer website.
It's very encouraging to learn of another diocese trying to do something similar to what St. John's Center is doing.

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