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The Practice is a community that gathers for worship, prayer, teaching, and communion. The Scripture, prayers, and songs of our opening liturgy help us to set aside all that distracts us from the Lord’s loving presence. We slow down to learn and engage the spiritual practices that help us to walk with Jesus. Every gathering, we center around the communion table to meet with Christ in a tangible way. Through all of this, we are seeking to create a sacred space, both in our gatherings and in our everyday lives, so we can practice the way of Jesus together for the sake of the world.
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The Practice is an experimental gathering where we immerse ourselves in God’s dream for humanity, practice the historic disciplines that align us with His dream, and carry each other along the way. We are learning to live out Jesus’ teachings in the world.

Apr 1, 2020

In this season of disruption, we invite you to join us in an intentional rhythm of prayer. How might our days be grounded more deeply in God’s presence if we pause each morning, midday, and evening for silence, scripture, and prayer?

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:37), and the last for evening (11:36). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. During the weekend, we encourage you to return to one of the prayers from earlier in the week that you found meaningful.
 

This practice of the Daily Office will help us live more fully in God’s loving presence as we navigate this time of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty.

The midday prayer comes from Ted Loder's Guerrillas of Grace.

http://dev.practicetribe.com/dailyoffice/

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