Discerning What’s Next in Your Life—a Communal Process for Your Consideration

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Many people have reported how the pandemic has prompted reflection on what is important in life…and what’s next. How do you discern such decisions about work, relationships, vocation, life transitions, etc., and see it through the lens of your spiritual journey? Is God calling you to a new thing, and how do you discern that?

Drawing on a Quaker model of holy listening and mutuality, a small group of 5-6 people covenant for a prescribed period of time to confidentially reflect together. You bring your question to the group which reflects with you, and each person has their turn.

Using the book Listening Hearts: Discerning Call in Community, by Suzanna Farnham, et al., as a guide, this is designed to aid Christians in seeing all aspects of their lives as holistically connected to the faith journey.

If you are interested in joining a group, or would like to learn more, please email Dean Steve Thomason.

2 Responses

  1. Jay Quarterman
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    Hi Steve
    I’m very interested in participating the Listening Hearts program.

    I’d appreciate any additional information you can send me about it

    Thank you very much

    Jay Quarterman
    Ps I apologize for sending my prior email.

    • Saint Mark's Cathedral

      Thank you for your interest, Jay! Your request has been received.

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