Practicing Sacred Silence: Tuesday Mornings, 7:30 a.m. CST

Having a spiritual practice takes time. Make a date with yourself to spend time in silent prayer and meditation each Tuesday morning at 7:30 a.m. CST. The Rev. Stephanie Fox will welcome you on Zoom and will sit with you for approximately 20 minutes of silence. Afterwards, you may continue your day, or spend a few minutes sharing about your experience or asking questions. This program is free. Register here.

If you need additional information contact The Rev. Stephanie Fox at arkansashouseofprayer@gmail.com or 501-681-3934.

Mornings with Sacred Silence

Register by clicking here on the link below.

Or go to tinyurl.com/MorningSacredSilence

Please join us on the Second Tuesday of each month from 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM CST for Mornings with Sacred Silence.

Deepen your spiritual journey through the practice of silence.

In this virtual class series Rev. Susan Sims Smith, Sister Deborah Troillett, RSM, and the Hon. Annabelle Imber Tuck will teach about silence in an interfaith format informed by their own personal spiritual journeys. They will offer simple meditation techniques to the group, followed by a time of shared silence and open discussion.

This series is co-sponsored by Arkansas House of Prayer and The Interfaith Center.

‘Going Out of My Head Over You: Embodied Mindfulness Practice.’

Online Mindfulness Training from the Ark. House of Prayer

The Arkansas House of Prayer is sponsoring an online training course featuring Dr. Robert Barris, a practicing psychiatrist in New York, called ‘Going Out of My Head Over You: Embodied Mindfulness Practice.’ It will be held Feb. 13, 23:30 p.m., via Zoom. Registration is required.  To register click on this link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIuc-ugpzgjG9XOgquc0SPQKdfRm94MboUB

Save the Date: Love Thy Neighbor on September 2

Love Thy Neighbor: Pathways to Practice: Online Only

Please join us for our annual interfaith prayer service, Love Thy Neighbor: Pathways to Practice, a celebration of peace through music, prayer, and wisdom. The theme for this year’s service is “Love Thy Neighbor: Pathways to The Practice.” We will have special guests from Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist traditions joining us.  

Although we cannot come together in person during this difficult time, we look forward to listening to wonderful speakers, sacred sounds, healing music, as we learn to strengthen our love muscle to unconditionally love all our neighbors. 

The prayer service will be livestreamed at 6pm on Thursday, September 2, 2021 from The Interfaith Center’s YouTube Channel at www.youtube.com/user/theineterfaithcenter

We hope you will join us online and learn how the scriptures and traditions from world religions emphasize on spiritual practices that help us deepen our love for all God’s creation. 

 We are carefully monitoring COVID-19 cases in our state. We will send out a notification if there are any needed changes to the event. 

Love Thy Neighbor 2019 Sound and Spirit

Save the Date! September 5, 2019

Join us Thursday, September 5 for Love Thy Neighbor 2019. This is an Interfaith Celebration of Peace through music, prayer and wisdom with special guests Shaykh Muhammad Ninowy, Dr. Ysaÿe Barnwell and River City Men’s Chorus.

The event is FREE and starts at 6 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 1000 N. Mississippi, Little Rock and is followed by the Interfaith Food Festival.

This annual event is sponsored by the Arkansas House of Prayer and the Interfaith Center. For more information click here 

All are welcome! Hope to see you there!

Questions?  Contact Sophia Said, Executive Director, Interfaith Center 801-520-1565.