Growth in Prayer and Reflective Living - Online

Tuesday 07 Sep 2021 - Tuesday 10 May 2022 (6:30pm - 4:30pm)
Published on 10 Mar 2021
Prayer Course

A one-year online programme for those who want a closer relationship with God, who struggle with prayer, who want to make choices that are in tune with God’s dream for the world. No expertise in prayer or reflection is required. The course is open to all, of whatever denomination or none. So come along, whether you have a specific reason for doing the course or simply want space to explore and reflect on your life in relationship to God, self and others. Course application deadline is 16 August 2021 (though see below if financial assistance is required). There will be an Introductory evening on Tuesday 7th September for those registered and accepted onto the course.

The Course

The course aims to provide participants with prayer resources and reflection skills that will help them:

Deepen their relationship with God

Become more aware of the sense and direction of their lives

Make choices that reflect their self-identity within an understanding of God’s hopes for the world

Develop a spirituality that shapes their response to life.

Towards this end, and within the framework of the Christian liturgical year, the course provides opportunities to:

Reflect on our understanding of God and self

Become aware of the many ways in which God communicates with us

Become familiar with different methods of prayer as tools for engaging in conversation with God

Explore some spiritualities as responses to God’s communication

Develop skills for reflective living

Explore the relationship between prayer and engagement with the world.

Explore how to support your faith journey

Develop a personal spirituality that integrates prayer and life, and helps shape your response to the latter.

Course Details


Ignatian Spirituality Centre
35 Scott Street
G3 6PE Glasgow


7th September 2021 to 10th May 2022

Suggested donation

Bursary may be available, but please apply by the end of June.

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