Our mission is to provide space for those seeking hope, comfort and peace as they explore ways of experiencing God’s love.
We emphasize Christian spirituality.
Open 10am-4pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Thursdays
and on some evenings, Saturdays and Sundays
as noted on our Events calendar
309 N. Tabor
in Downtown Bryan
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ARE YOU DONE?
gathering a group that seeks to create space for those who would describe themselves as “done” with church, or those who no longer feel at home or accepted in church settings for a variety of reasons but who still want to grow in their faith.
Led by Heidi Campbell, with her husband Troy Shepherd, the group meets monthly on Wednesdays at 7-8 p.m. Next meeting: Feb. 28.
Join us for Drum Circle on March 3 at 1 p.m., led by Amy Thompson. Drumming is a way to connect with the rhythm of life and find balance, wholeness and connection. No musical experience is necessary. Drums will be provided.
Friday Meditation and Mindfulness
Center yourself and find peace in the midst of your busy life. Friday Meditation and Mindfulness, led by Becky Burks, meets monthly during the noon hour at 12:30 p.m. The next time: Friday, March 15.
Chanting the Psalms and Contemplative Sit
Deepen your spirituality by chanting the psalms. Led by Amy Thompson, this features Anglican and Gregorian chants using Psalms, followed by a 20-minute meditative sit (or centering). The gathering is Sunday March 17, 2-3 p.m.
March Book Club
How did Vincent Van Gogh become a famous artist around the world?
That's the topic of our next novel as we explore fiction in the book club this year. In this case, author Marta Molnar paints a story based on fact, "The Secret Life of Sunflowers."
Attend in person or by zoom at
Meeting ID: 857 9152 8587
IN THE NEWS
The monastery presents itself spiritually as humbly as it does physically. Taking its name from the ancient phrase "via media," it is a picture of moderation between the "high" and "low" churches of the area
“My experience of church is churches are built for extroverts. It’s harder to find those quiet moments in a church’s life. … A place dedicated toward spirituality, meditation, contemplation, I think is necessary.”
On Friday evening, the Middleway Urban Monastery offered people the opportunity to walk for peace, as a form of experiential prayer, for the situation in Ukraine and other parts of the world in chaos.