Spiritual Direction on Zoom – What are we learning? Feb 2021

I will publish here the emerging wisdom from this session held on 4 February. Participants will receive an email telling them when it is available.  This post on my session on 28 Jan has links and the powerpoint that may be helpful for working in this environment.  Adjusting To Spiritual Direction on Zoom Julie Burnett-Kirk

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Adjusting To Spiritual Direction on Zoom

Online Seminar – Thursday 28 January 2pm – 4.30pm Presentation Slides can be downloaded by clicking here. You may be interested in  Zoom help resources can be found here. Seismic Shift in Spiritual Direction? My blog post with links to notes from seminars on zoom and spiritual direction (July 2020) Forthcoming ‘Zoom and Spiritual Direction – what

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Countdown to Prayer

7 Web Resources to enrich your prayer life daily prayer and reflection using a scripture reading for the day encouraging prayer plenty to explore using doodles and colouring to enable your prayer. Anglican initiative to encourage prayer and praying for people to grow in knowing God encouragement to people who

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Zoom and Spiritual Direction Events

Two forthcoming events I’m hosting   Adjusting to Spiritual Direction on Zoom Thursday 28 January 2pm – 4.30pm on Zoom A session for Spiritual Directors wanting to develop their use of Zoom for conducting Spiritual Direction led by Nick Helm Click here to book a place. (There is no charge for this event.)   Spiritual

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No Time Like the Present

The ways we enable and hinder the encounter with God within the Spiritual Direction session A day event for the London Centre For Spiritual Direction 8 January 2021 Spiritual Direction can easily drift in to talking about God. This is worthy conversation, as we explore what may be happening in the life and prayer of a directee.

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Meditation for the Epiphany Seeing the Light Welcome to this meditation for the Epiphany. It is the sixth and final meditation in the series I’ve been offering through Advent, Christmas and Epiphany.  This offers about half an hour of focussed  prayer and reflection to help you mark this season, and prayerfully be attentive to God. 

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