2018 Interfaith Forum at Saint Andrews Episcopal Church in Livingston

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On Wednesday evenings during Lent leaders from different faith traditions (Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist & Christian) will be offering presentations addressing the question:  How does your faith or religious practice influence the choices and actions of your daily life?  The program begins Wednesday, February 21 with Rabbi Ed Stafman of Congregation Beth Shalom in Bozeman.  Soup supper beginning at 6:30 PM.  The presentation will be from 7:00  – 8:00 PM.

How does your faith or religious practice influence the choices and actions of your daily life?

February 21:  Rabbi Ed Stafman- Reformed Judaism, Congregation Beth Shalom, Bozeman

February 28:  Ruhul & Shadmani Amin- Islam, Islamic Center of Bozeman

March 7:  Karen DeCotis- Zen Buddhism, Dharma Center, Bozeman

March 14: Reverend Kristin Orr- Christianity (Episcopal) Yellowstone Episcopal Parishes

For more information contact St. Andrew’s, 406-222-0222. Our address is 310 West Lewis, Livingston, Mt. 59047

The Spiritual Child

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A four week series for everyone (not only parents) who is concerned about the “spiritual child” within us all

 St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church

Thursdays, October 13, 20, 27 and November 3

5:30—7:30 with Light Supper & Child Care Provided


Week 1    Recognizing the importance of spiritual development in children

Week 2    The innate spirituality of children and how to cultivate it

Week 3    The challenge of adolescence, rites of passage, and initiation

Week 4    The spiritual journey for everyone through cycle of life

Please call St. Andrew’s at 222-0222 for more information

Contemplative Practice with Peter Schein

Contemplative Practice with Peter Schein

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Energy, Presence, and DialogueThree evenings with Peter Schein- Thursdays, September 15, 22, and 29, 6pm to 8:30pm

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church and The Friends of St. Andrews  welcome educator and contemplative, Peter Schein, for a three-week series entitled, Energy, Presence, and Dialogue.  These three evenings will help us learn to listen, with real attention, to our bodies, to our feelings, to our minds, and to the processes of being with each other in true conversation.   After taking a degree in mathematics from M.I.T, Peter embarked on what has become a lifetime of seeking and learning about contemplative practice.  Peter has trained in monasteries and in schools to explore the integration of body, mind, and creation.