QUIET PLACES for Prayer
Come be one with Spirit as you step into an oasis within our desert surroundings.
We invite you into the Petersen Prayer Garden, a serene atmosphere where you can experience peacefulness, a place for quiet contemplation in prayer and meditation.
Allow the gentle sounds of water and the beauty of nature to calm you, refresh you, and re-energize you.
The Petersen Prayer Garden also makes for incredible settings for those special occasions and events in your life!
The Grenger Chapel is a place for weddings, christenings, and quiet solitude for your own meditation time.
We invite you to be one with the healing energy established there through our prayer times.
As you retreat into our Chapel, you are able to relax and feel safe within this holy space.
Feel the life force of Spirit surround you as you are enfolded into the warmth and light of your own inner being.
You come away renewed and rejuvenated knowing you are one with God.
A Labyrinth is a metaphor for the spiritual path we take. It symbolizes the journey to our inner self (Center/God), it represents the path back, now wiser through prayer and meditation, to reconnect with the outer world. This is our path of gratitude.
Our Gratitude Labyrinth is not only to honor those to whom we are grateful for supporting our 2007-2009 financial campaign, but also to acknowledge the infinite circular flow of God’s abundance in our lives and the life of this ministry.
As an extension to the Petersen Garden, our Labyrinth will celebrate all those that have come before us, those whose shoulders we stand on today. The Groundbreaking of the Labyrinth marked the 1 year anniversary of our campaign at which time, we expressed our gratitude for the model of generosity and support that our congregants are to this ministry.
The projected enclosure of the Garden by vegetation, low walls and a gate to the South serves to support our deeper commitment to ministry and truly being “ a magnifying power for the miraculous transformation of the world” as we invite the greater community into their own spiritual walk.