Stations of Contemplation and children

The stations of contemplation are a set of activities that are designed to draw the participant into a state of stillness and silence. They were created by the Young Christian Meditators of Sydney for their ‘silent’ reflection centre at World Youth Day 2008.

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WCCM Newsletter - Part III

In this issue of the WCCM newsletter I would like to continue with the last two topics in the series of six topics which started in the July issue last year.

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WCCM Newsletter - Part II

This issue of the WCCM newsletter continues with two further topics in the series of six topics. Each topic considers different aspects by which we, as a community, can help each other in the work of Christian Meditation with Children; whether we are teachers, clergy, chaplains, governors, grandparents, parents, children or just interested in education in some other way.

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Resources for Christian Meditation with Children

A Catalogue of resources available to assist with Christian Meditation with Children. To find out more about Mediatio please visit www.wccmmeditatio.com.

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WCCM Newsletter - August 2012

Few things are as moving as meditating with children. Over the past few months we've had the privilege of visiting many schools in the UK and sharing in the prayerful silence as we teach children how to meditate and they teach us.

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Silent Testimony - April 2012

Nearly one year after the the series of Meditatio seminars on Meditation with Children we have been inspired visiting a number of UK Primary schools who are in the process of Christian Meditation as part of their normal school curriculum

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