COMMUNITY
CONTEMPLATION


February 2—9


Tuesday Wednesday and Friday meditation meets at Gorton Community Center room 215 (upstairs)—access by stairs or elevator
Room 215 is on the second floor at the east end of the hallway second to last door on the right

Sunday meditation meets in Reid Hall room 100—across the breezeway from the Lily Reid Holt chapel of Lake Forest College

All meditation sessions are 45 minutes or less except Monday evenings with Elinor that are scheduled for a full hour

Monday 2/3
Women's Meditation
Pema Chödrön's book Things Fall Apart
is the current guide-post for Monday's session. No need to get a copy of the book, they are provided. Drop-ins are welcome to join anytime.
7:15 PM - 8:15 PM
hosted by Elinor

Tuesday 2/4
5:30 PM
This session is designed to help transition from the busyness of the day (whether it be work or shopping or schlepping the kids) to home.
hosted by Venu

Wednesday 2/5
9 AM
You never know what you're going to get at the Wednesday morning session—but there are always several smiling faces to greet you and encourage your meditation practice. Whether you have a practice or are curious to begin building a practice of meditation, this session is welcome to all-comers (as are all of the sessions).
hosted by Zach

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Friday 2/7
9 AM
On Friday mornings you know what you're going to get: a good dose of Steve's calming presence and a reading from the book he likes to read from: Eastern Wisdom for Your Soul by Richard Singer.
hosted by Steve

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Sunday 2/9
9 AM
If you believe Sundays are for resting, centering, and transitioning to a deeper place of being then this session is for you. And afterwards you can walk across the breezeway and experience a Community Church service.
Reid Hall next to Lily Reid Holt Memorial Chapel
hosted by Zach

Please contact Zach with any questions zach@thecommunitychurch.us
To accept some idea of truth without experiencing it is like a painting of a cake on canvas which you cannot eat.

—traditional Zen saying