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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-Friday

and on some evenings, Saturdays and Sundays

as noted on our Events calendar


309 N. Tabor
in Downtown Bryan

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Upcoming events

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June Book Club

From the New York Times-bestselling author Abraham Verghese comes "The Covenant of Water," a stunning and magisterial epic of love, faith, and medicine, set in Kerala, South India, following three generations of a family seeking the answers to a strange secret. It was the subject of a six-part Super Soul podcast hosted by Oprah Winfrey.


 Join us for great conversation on the book Tuesday, June 18, at 6 p.m. Come in person, or join us via zoom.

Meeting ID: 857 9152 8587

Passcode: 431978

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 at 12:30 p.m. The next time: Friday, June 21.


 From May through August the “Dones Group” will meet the first Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. (July 3 & August 7) at Middleway. This group is for anyone who is looking for spiritual community outside the traditional structures of a church or formal religious organization. Is faith an important part of your life, but you feel that you are “done” with church?  If so, come meet with others on a similar journey.

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Spirituality of Breadmaking

Delicious, fresh herbs and vegetables will become art on a delectable focaccia "canvas" July 20 at summer's Spirituality of Breadmaking class.

The event is 9:30 a.m.-Noon. Everyone leaves with a ready-to-bake loaf. Registration is required so that enough ingredients will be available. It's free, but donations are appreciated to pay for supplies.

Religion in Aggieland Displayed

Each month through August, Middleway is hosting a display of unique religious items found at thrift stores and resale markets in and around the Brazos Valley.


“Finding Religion in Aggieland” is part of a project led by spiritual director Heidi Campbell, who is studying where religion shows up in thrift stores and what stories secondhand culture tells about contemporary religion in Texas.



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.

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