Chattanooga House Of Prayer Offers 11 Rhythms To Enhance Your Prayer Life In 2019

Friday, December 14, 2018

As the New Year approaches, Chattanooga House of Prayer (ChattHop) is offering 11 Rhythms Retreats to support those who are seeking to strengthen their spiritual journey.

Between January through November, ChattHop will host Rhythm Retreats on the second Saturday of the month from 9 a.m.-noon at their space located in Red Bank, 3912 Dayton Blvd. 
 
The schedule and Rhythms that will offered over the next eleven months is as follows: 

Jan. 12
Rhythm: Longing for More  -- An invitation to Spiritual Transformation
 
Feb. 9
Rhythm: Silence & Solitude: -- Creating Space for God
 
March 9
Rhythm: Lectio Divina – Encountering God in Scripture
  
April 13
Rhythms Rehearsed 

May 11
Rhythm: Prayer – Deepening Our Intimacy with God
 
June 8
Rhythm: Honoring the Body – Flesh and Blood Spirituality
 
July 13
Rhythm: The Examen – Bringing My Whole Self to God
 
Aug. 10
Rhythms Rehearsed
 
Sept. 14
Rhythm: Discernment – Recognizing and Responding to the Presence of God

Oct. 12
Rhythm: Sabbath – Establishing Rhythms of Work and Rest

Nov. 9
Rhythm: A Rule of Life – Cultivating Your Own Sacred Rhythm
 
"The monthly retreats will include teaching, engaging discussions and practice of a particular spiritual discipline," organizers said.  "During this yearlong journey, participants will explore spiritual practices that will cultivate intimacy with Christ, nourish their soul and ultimately transform their life."

Participants are encouraged to attend all eleven retreats; however, each retreat can stand-alone.
 
The cost to attend all eleven Rhythms Retreats is $110; however, full payment received by the first session is discounted to $75.  The cost to pay for individual sessions as you attend them is $10.
 
The retreats are open to the public, and men and women of all ages are invited to attend. To register, or for more information, visit www.chatthop.org or contact Micki Ann Harris, ChattHOP’s spiritual formation director, at mickiann@chatthop.org.


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