1/27/2014 Peter Durantine

Spiritual Take-Out

  • Tree Campus USA story More than a 1,000 trees shade Franklin & Marshall's core campus, providing shade for the College community and providing a host of environmental benefits. (Photo by Melissa Hess)

Busy?

On the run?
Finding it difficult to center?
Spiritual but not religious?
Craving a mindful practice?
Ready for something new?
 
SPIRITUAL Take-Out will be available:
Mondays
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
SCC Atrium
 
Stop by our table in the Steinman College Center Atrium.
Pick up a book marker with the Spiritual Practice for the week printed right on it...ready to go.
 
If you feel like it...please LIKE the Faith & Meaning at Franklin & Marshall Page on FACEBOOK.  We hope people will share their experiences of this mindful practice throughout the semester.
 
You are invited to start thinking about our DAY of SILENCE.  On March 31st we are inviting the campus to enter a day of silence.  Of course we know that total silence is not possible.  Perhaps you may consider teaching using the least amount of words possible that day.  How can students participate and engage with one another in the classroom without the use of words?  What would it be like to begin your day with one minute of silence and then continue that practice before you eat lunch and before you leave for the day?
 
Please share this with our students.
 
We look forward to hearing how these spiritual practices enhance your life, work and play.
 
Blessings and Peace,
Susan, College Chaplain
Jennifer, College Chaplain Intern
 
 
Susan A. Minasian, D.Min.
College Chaplain
Franklin & Marshall College
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