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Contemplative Practice

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Contemplative Mini-Retreats

 Third Saturdays, 9 am to noon

On the third Saturday morning of every month, join us as we come together for reflection, learning, fellowship, and support for our contemplative practices, centered around a variety of topics exploring various aspects of the contemplative path.


Free, donations gratefully accepted. No experience necessary. Register in advance.

Classes & Special Events

From Wednesday classes & Sunday forums to labyrinth walks & workshops, Trinity offers many opportunities to deepen and support your spiritual practice. 

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  • Multiple Dates
    Oct 04, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
    In this class, we will use Cynthia Bourgeault's book, Chanting the Psalms, to learn and chant the psalms together, explore and create our own Daily Office, and look at ways to integrate psalmody into a daily contemplative practice. (In person only)
  • Oct 10, 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM PDT
    Join the Trinity Labyrinth Guild for our second Tuesday labyrinth walks, held on the beautiful wood inlay labyrinth in Trinity's Kempton Hall. (In person only)
  • Multiple Dates
    Oct 16, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM PDT
    Join the Trinity Labyrinth Guild for a virtual labyrinth walk every third Monday. Even when walked with your finger, the labyrinth is a wonderful tool to quiet the mind and find deep peace. (Zoom Only)
  • Dec 12, 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM PST
    Gather on Trinity's beautiful inlaid wooden labyrinth for a reflective and meditative walk for Advent, a season of contemplation and preparation for the coming of the light. This special labyrinth walk uses lights and iconography to create a sacred space to help quiet the mind.
  • Mar 29, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM PDT
    Trinity’s Schola offers a contemplative service of readings, hymns, poetry, and choral anthems for Passiontide.

Centering Prayer Group

 Every Saturday morning 

Join fellow spiritual seekers every Saturday morning for a group contemplative practice – a wonderful way to find support and training for your Centering Prayer practice. All mindfulness practices & religious traditions are welcome! No experience necessary


Centering Prayer, developed by Fr. Thomas Keating and his Trappist brothers at St. Joseph’s Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts, updated the ancient contemplative practices of monastic Christianity to fit active, modern lifestyles.

If you're new to Centering Prayer, we recommend The Path of Centering Prayer by David Frenette or Centering Prayer & Inner Awakening by Cynthia Bourgeault.

Cornerstone Community

The Rule of St. Benedict

Members of the Cornerstone Community strive to follow the path of Jesus Christ through the practice of prayer, study, community, and action.

For Cornerstone, the world is our cloister. We find that applying the Benedictine vows and practices to contemporary life helps us live in the world with purpose and joy. Members of our lay order commit to a balanced practice of regular prayer, study and work. We meet in small groups, none larger than ten participants, who meet weekly to support each other in our Benedictine life.

Contemplative Minis
Small Groups
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