To Provide a contemplative perspective for those working to create a more just and sustainable world
To train and educate people in contemplative practice in a way that is generative, inclusive and supportive, equipping them to go forth renewed and grounded in community and an ever deepening understanding of the sacred nature of their work
Our fair trade emporium offers fair trade items from around the world. Your purchases of our beautifully handcrafted jewelry, pottery, baskets, instruments, wall hangings, and many other items help third-world artisans support their families. Visit our brick and mortar store at 2717 Stanley, just south of I-40 and Georgia St.
Our beautiful and serene Center for Spirituality and the Arts hosts many ecumenical gatherings, art shows, and concerts and is available for meetings and special events. Our regularly offered programs are described below.
Join us each Tuesday evening at 6:15 p.m. for Centering Prayer. Centering prayer is a simple form of sitting meditation. The essence of centering prayer consists of withdrawing attention from our thoughts to rest in a gentle, open attentiveness to God.
On Thursdays, we offer Centering Prayer again at noon and then Rhythms of Life at 6 p.m. Rhythms of Life offers an opportunity to practice creation spirituality. Creation spirituality is based in ancient Judeo-Christian tradition, supported by leading-edge science, bearing witness for social, environmental, and gender justice.
On Sunday evenings, we offer Deep Discussion at 6:30 p.m. The conversation focuses on progressive Christian topics.
For more information about Chalice Abbey, please email email@example.com, or phone (806) 576-2480. For more information about the Hi-Plains Area of the Christian Church, please visit www.ccsw-hpa.org. For more information about fair trade, visit the World Fair Trade Organization website at www.wfto.com or the Fair Trade Federation website at www.fairtradefederation.org.