Growth in Prayer and Reflective Living

Wednesday 30 Oct 2019 - Wednesday 22 Apr 2020 (7:00pm - 9:30pm)
Published on 14 Jun 2019
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The course run by the Epiphany Group aims to help people to pray and live reflectively by offering an opportunity to explore faith, discover meaning, and come to a deeper relationship with God.

For whom is the course intended?

The course is intended for those of different denominations and none. No particular ability in prayer is required, only a desire for God.

Course Content

Different ways of praying taken from Ignatian, Celtic and other spiritual traditions.

Awareness of our different perceptions of God. The use of a journal and the value of self-awareness as aids to reflective living.

Prayer experienced through music, art and movement.

An introduction to Ignatian discernment, through which a person may come to make choices which celebrate the unique giftedness conferred on them by the Creator.


The method is experience-based and reflective. It includes small group sharing. Also, because of the participatory nature of the course, it is important that there is a commitment to attend regularly.

In addition to the weekly, or monthly, group meetings – depending on location –  participants are offered the opportunity of one-to-one spiritual accompaniment.

Towards the end of the course there is a short retreat.

The course begins in October and ends shortly after Easter, and will be held on

Wednesday evenings 7.00 – 9.30pm.
 Term 1: October 30th  / November 6th / Nov 13th / Nov 20st  / Nov 27th / December 4th / Dec 11th / 18th Dec
Term 2: January 8th / Jan 15th/ Jan 22th /Jan 29th /February 5th
Term 3: February 26th / March 4th/ March 11th/ March 18th/March 25th/ April 1st / April 22nd
Also one weekend:

Friday April 17th: 7.00pm – 9.30pm and Saturday April 18th: 10.00am – 4.00pm

For more information and to book for this course please see the Epiphany Group website.

Course Details


Lauriston Jesuit Centre
28 Lauriston Street
EH3 9DJ Edinburgh


30th October 2019 to 22nd April 2020

Suggested donation

Bursaries available

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