Contemplative Fire is a dispersed community of Christ at the edge, inviting us into transformative awareness.
If you know of any good online resources or sites that you feel would be useful to other members of our community, then please send us an email telling us about them.
Living Spirituality Connections (LSC) is a hub for creative ways of exploring spirituality. It is at the interface between traditional Christian faith and practice and newly emerging expressions of spirituality. LSC is a resource through which people can find material, groups and people to help deepen their explorations.
Offering a wide variety of links and resources including silence workshops, spiritual accompaniment, and regular Silence Clinics at Bradford Cathedral.
The Quiet Garden Movement initiates local opportunities for prayer, silence, reflection and the appreciation of natural beauty; for learning about Christian spirituality and for experiencing creativity and healing in the context of God’s love. Quiet Gardens can be found in homes, churches, retreat centres, schools and hospitals, where they provide an oasis for contemplation and stillness.
Hidden Houses of Prayer is an invisible network of people drawn to the practice of contemplative, creative and intercessory prayer in their own homes. Contact email email@example.com
Wellspring Community is a dispersed ecumenical community of men and women who mainly live in Australia and who seek to follow Christ, live prophetically, see God’s presence in each moment and person, work for reconciliation, and practice peace. The community is inspired by the Iona Community .
The Contemplative School of the Heart is seeking to explore, and participate in, the modern recovery of the ancient and essential Christian contemplative, mystical or wisdom tradition in our time.
Simon F. Lambert
Contemplative Fire’s Table of Friendship was inspired by nature and created by Simon F. Lambert – a former member of the CF Community. It comprises 36 pieces of Cherry wood carefully laminated and joined, followed by shaping to reveal the desired proportions. The three leg design is very Trinitarian while also reflecting the three strands that form the very basis of CF and the style is meant to echo plants growing out of the ground.
The main purpose of the piece is to serve as a focus for the Eucharistic meal.