in person: Centering Prayer Meditation with Kathryn Pile, Tuesday 2 July 2024, 1.00pm in the Malone Room


1:00 PM - 2:30 PM


The Malone Room
216 Richardson St, Middle Park, Victoria, 3026

Event Type

Kathryn Pile leads Centering Prayer Meditation on the first Tuesday of the month at 1.00pm in the Malone Room. (First door on the left when entering from 214 Richardson Street, Middle Park.) The session begins with Kathryn’s reflections on a theme from spiritual writings and scripture followed by silent mediation. It runs for approx 50 minutes and is followed by an invitation to spend time together socially.

Kathryn’s reflection will be available on the blog sometime in the following month.

Contact Kathryn for the monthly email reminder or to inquire about the sessions.

  • 6 August
  • 3 September
  • 1 October
  • 5 November (Public Holiday – no session)
  • 3 December

Centering Prayer Meditation draws on the Christian tradition of meditation from the heart centre, using themes from spiritual writings and scripture, to help us experience beyond limited intellect, the total mind we call Heart. It’s a surrender method, a practice based on letting go of thoughts as they arise to deepen a way of being in God’s Presence and so deepening relationship with God.

Centering Prayer Meditation is an invitation for all with an open heart who are seeking to bring unity and wholeness into their daily life.

Watch an Introduction to Centering Prayer with Kathryn Pile here

Kathryn Pile has a long history of practicing various forms of meditation to assist her to meet the challenges of juggling everyday living. Always a seeker and from a rich ecumenical background, she attends Anglican and Catholic churches, and is a regular attendee of Carmelite Centre events and prayer opportunities. Kathryn has a Graduate Certificate of Guiding Meditation from the Catholic Theological College – University of Divinity.


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