The Rev. Susan Sims Smith is offering a workshop on inner healing and meditation on Saturday December 8 from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The cost is $35. Payments may be made by check payable to The Arkansas House of Prayer or through PayPal. Registration is required. Childcare is available for children 5 and under with advanced registration. All faiths are welcome.
Click here for registration, tickets, and additional information, or contact Stephanie Fox.
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We may vote differently. We may pray differently. But as people of faith, we can be united for the good of our nation and community. Please come by the Arkansas House of Prayer on Election Day between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. – before your vote, or after – and help us support our community with an all-day silent prayer vigil. As always, the House of Prayer is an interfaith haven set apart in nature, dedicated to contemplative prayer, meditation, and quiet. All are welcome.
Join us at 6 p.m. Thursday September 6 at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church for the 7th Annual Love Thy Neighbor Event!
The service will last about an hour and includes speakers from different faiths, time for prayer and silence, musical performances from local artists, an interfaith children’s chorus, and a presentation by the Multifaith Youth Group.
Stick around after the program; we’ll feed you! The Interfaith Food Festival will feature vegetarian dishes and food from several faith communities. Although no childcare will be provided, children are welcome at this event.
Invite friends and share online. Please share on Facebook or other social media using the tag #lovethyneighbor2018.
The event is FREE and all are welcome!
Arkansas House of Prayer and its sister organization, The Interfaith Center, both based in Little Rock, are honored to hold this gathering, now in its seventh year.
Love Thy Neighbor began as a peace-oriented service on the grounds of the House of Prayer, marking the 10th anniversary of September 11, 2001 as an opportunity to draw people together who are dedicated to peace in our community and the world.
Located in West Little Rock on the campus of St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church, Arkansas House of Prayer is set apart in Nature, dedicated to contemplative prayer, meditation, and quiet, where all are welcome (arkansashouseofprayer.org).
The Interfaith Center is part of the Institute for Theological studies at St. Margaret’s, and its mission is to reduce the hatred and fear among the world religions (interfaith.itssm.org).
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