This coming Sunday Lindsay Sihilling will offer a few stories and experiences flowing out of her pursuit of authentic spirituality. She’ll talk about how one night of babysitting for a Greek Orthodox family, a deep love for mountains and state parks, and years of debilitating illness opened her life to what some call mysticism, or, as Richard Rohr puts it, the move “from mere belief systems or belonging systems to actual inner experience.”
She’s found that greatest spiritual treasures are often found beyond any buildings or institutions, but in daily practices as ordinary as washing the dishes, laughing with a friend, or a trip to the farmer’s market.
Through stories, discussion and a guided exercise, Lindsay will share about how she embraces her Christian identity as a student of yoga, Buddhism, Native American spirituality, and her own body and breath.
Lindsay is a freelance writer and health coach. She lives in Tower Grove South.
Join us on Sunday 13 December for a potluck beginning at 6:00 p.m. Lindsay begins sharing at 6:45. We gather at the home of Matthew and Patrick, 4537 Tower Grove Place, Saint Louis 63110.