So if spirituality is an individual thing, have you ever wondered just what yours is like? I mean, in ways differentdifferent to someone else's? Imagine if there was a wayto work out just what your own particular spirituality is? That would mean you could work out just what kind of things you need to do in your life to help your faith grow!
The new module of the 360 Project FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways helps you to do just this.
This all day workshop (9-4pm) written by the Revs Penny Jones and Jonathan Inkpin enables participants to ponder their own spirituality and the methods of prayer and worship that can enhance relationships with God. Discover deep Anglican wells of spiritual practice that provide resources for faith today! In this workshop, participants will:
- Explore ideas about spirituality. Just what is it anyway?
- Think about the Anglican forms of spirituality
- Examine their own spirituality towards identifying a helpful life-enhancing profile
- Learn about the history and form of Anglican spiritualities that have enlivened our church, as well as individuals/groups associated with them
- Have a chance to practice different forms of prayer and worship associated with these Anglican spiritualities
- Come to value the enormous breadth of spiritual resources available to us in the Anglican Church
- Think about developing a 'rule of life' to enhance our faith formation into the future
Want to know more, or hear about how you can participate in, or even lead this workshop in your own parish, deanery of agency? There's an Orientation Event for the new modules coming up. Just click here to find out more...
And if you'd like to know more about this module of The 360 Project overall, head here.