A Network of people interested in contemplative practices is happening in the Las Vegas Valley. A contact list of those interested is being developed through quiet mornings of sharing contemplative practices in local churches, usually on the 3rd Saturday morning of the month. Several of us from CFDM are spearheading this with support from many churches and organizations. So far, the GOING DEEPER days have been held in Episcopal, Presbyterian, Lutheran and Catholic churches. We have explored lectio divina, the ancient monastic practice of slowing down and meditating on Scripture; the examen of consciousness from St. Ignatius of Loyola; various forms of meditation, including Centering Prayer, and other contemplative practices that help us slow down, wake up, and be present to the moment, to the God who is always present to us. To be on the contact list for future “Going Deeper” days, send an email to Ken Larson at khlarsonsd@gmail.com.

We will post information about coming events on the blog associated with this web page; feel free to let us know of your interests and desires.

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Nathan Allen, MBA

MA Theology and Biblical Studies, is an ecumenical theologian.  He currently serves as a guest preacher and teacher, and is preparing for his call to ordination in the Episcopal Church

 

 

 

 

 

 



Douglas H. Gregg

Retired Presbyterian clergy, President and Co-Director of CFDM, Acting Regional Director, CFDM-Nevada; dgregg@cfdm.org

 

 

 

 

 

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Ken Larson

 

Ken, a Lutheran, is married with two children & two grandchildren. A retired Civil Engineer, Ken is a Certified Spiritual Director, Life Coach, & Stephen Minister and has a long-standing interest in interfaith dialogue.

 

 

 

 

 


Barbara and Doug Winston

Barbara, a Catholic lay leader and spiritual director with experience facilitating spiritual formation and direction  programs. Doug has executive experience and is a Permanent Deacon. Together they have been involved in parish and diocesan ministry.