Healing Prayer: an online workshop with Marcelle Martin
Nothing can stop the silent flight of prayers
Sunday, Sept 20, 7 – 8:30 pm ET/4 – 5:30 PT
Monday, Sept 21, 2020, 1 – 2:30 pm ET/10 am – 11:30 am PT/6 – 7:30 GMT
Are you willing to allow God’s healing power to flow through you to others and the world? In this interactive online workshop, we will practice becoming more receptive to the divine healing available to all, and try out a few different forms of prayer. In pairs and small groups, we’ll share our experiences with one another. We’ll conclude with prayers for the healing of humanity and the world.
There is no charge for this workshop. Fill out the registration form, and you’ll be sent a Zoom link to connect with the workshop via computer, tablet, iphone, android, or land line phone.
Marcelle Martin is the author of Our Life is Love: The Quaker Spiritual Journey, A Guide to Faithfulness Groups, and the Pendle Hill pamphlet, Holding One Another in the Light A member of Swarthmore Friends Meeting, she has led workshops at retreat centers and Quaker meetings across the United States. She was the resident Quaker Studies teacher at Pendle Hill for four years and is a core teacher for the 9-month program, “Nurturing Faithfulness.” For many years she has helped to facilitate regular meetings for prayer and healing. On her blog, A Whole Heart (awholeheart.com), she shares inspiration to help us be all God has created us to be. She lives in Chester, PA with her husband, Terry.
To receive a Zoom link to participate in either the Sept. 20 or 21 workshop on Healing Prayer with Marcelle Martin, please fill out the form HERE.
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A Radical Faith webinar (free) Sun, Nov 8 and Tues, Nov 10th,
This experiential webinar will introduce the elements of spirituality that have made Quakerism a radical faith. Participants will have an opportunity to share experiences with others in breakout groups.
The Divine Invitation webinar (free), Sun afternoon, Nov 22.
In this experiential webinar we will explore the nature of God and our connection to God and our many ways of naming and experiencing the divine reality. In particular, we will focus on the invitation to intimate relationship and the call to center our lives on that. Participants will have an opportunity to share experiences with others in breakout groups.
Holding One Another in the Light by Marcelle Martin, Pendle Hill pamphlet # 382, can be ordered HERE.