"I discipline my body like an athlete, training it to do what it should."
1 Corinthians 9:27

Spiritual Practices are an important part of our growth as disciples of Jesus.
Each month, we focus on one Practice  together to begin developing a "Rule of Life."

If you are interested in learning more about Spiritual Practices, and developing a Rule of Life, start by watching this introductory video.


JANUARY - Intro to Spiritual Practices  & Rule of Life


MARCH  - Sabbath

APRIL - Fasting

MAY - Generosity

JUNE - Silence & Solitude

JULY - Celebration

AUGUST - Meditation

SEPT - Hospitality

OCTOBER - Simplicity

NOVEMBER - Gratitude

DECEMBER - Slowing

This video provides a brief overview of prayer including what it is, why we do it and how to pray according to Jesus’ teaching.
If you have ever been curious about fasting, or have just wanted to learn more, this teaching covers the what, why and how of fasting.
Find our more about practicing Solitude & Silence and how to implement it into your life.
A short teaching on the spiritual practice of Meditation and Contemplation, digging into the what, why and how to implement meditation into your life.
Practicing simplicity for Jesus followers is where we intentionally live with less in order to make room for what we value most...which is God.
Gratitude is acknowledging the goodness in our lives and expressing appreciation to God as a source of that goodness.
A brief teaching about the Sabbath that discusses the Biblical basis and benefits of incorporating this discipline into your weekly schedule.
Generosity is the voluntary and joyful use and distribution of God’s resources (including time, talent and treasure) for the benefit and love of God and others.
Celebration is engaging in actions that direct us toward worship, praise, and thanksgiving.
Hospitality is demonstrating love to strangers through tangible acts of love such as providing food, shelter and relationship.
Follow this link to watch an interview on how to put hospitality into practice.
Find out more about what is means to slow down and be more intentional with God.
Learn more about the sacrament of Communion through the different names used for the practice.