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Spiritual Practices 101: The Examen

The Examen, “Looking for God in All Things” The heart of the Examen is reviewing your day. “Think of it as a movie playing in your head,” writes James Martin, S.J., in The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything. “Push the play button and run through...

Virtual Prayer Room

Virtual Prayer Room Welcome to the MPPC virtual Prayer Room! Have a seat and take the devotion book off the shelf to read a scripture or a devotion. Each week they will change or we will add new books that we recommend to you when you come for prayer. This week the...
Youth + Faith + Race

Youth + Faith + Race

Have you ever considered the Church’s history with race, what our faith tells us about our role as Christians in bringing about justice and equity, or just want to start learning more about the history of racial inequity and what you can do about it today? ...
Silver Linings of a Lock In

Silver Linings of a Lock In

Silver Linings of a Lock-in How our youth have stayed connected while being physically apart. It goes without saying that youth “lock-ins” are usually a bit more fun than the past few weeks have been. But the reality of a forced lock-in, without the usual social...
This is the magic of Montreat

This is the magic of Montreat

“This is like, a Bob Ross painting,” says SK through deep breaths. A group of us are on Lookout Rock in Montreat for sunrise, and it’s becoming more worth the 5:30 a.m. departure by the minute as oranges and blues mix with the clouds to cap the green, happy trees....
Grier Heights Scholarships

Grier Heights Scholarships

The Grier Heights Scholarship Fund goes to provide young people from Grier Heights with the opportunity to join Youth ministry activities, such as summer mission trips and conferences. Those experiences enrich the faith journey of all involved and support our church...

Faith Practice: Sabbath

Keeping Sabbath offers us the God-given gift of rest. It allows us time to look at ourselves and at our lives apart from the everyday world. More important, it offers extended time and space to give thanks and praise to God for the many gifts in our lives. Give...
Walk into the person God created you to be

Walk into the person God created you to be

People walk the Camino de Santiago for many different reasons: religious, adventurous, spiritual, for the outdoors or simply to check this off their bucket-list. It is often used to help navigate a transition in their life as one moves from one significant time in...
Finding the Way to Grace on the Camino

Finding the Way to Grace on the Camino

I first heard about the Camino de Santiago several years ago by watching a movie entitled simply “The Way.” It is the story of a father who goes to France following the death of his son while hiking the Camino. While the father’s original intention was to retrieve his...