We are living through a strange time of isolation and anxiety and we’re all having mightily different experiences. Some of us find our schedules empty, with cancelled plans, lost jobs, while others are overwhelmed as life and work and school all collide into one place. Whichever end of the spectrum you find yourself, it seems we are all seeking new ways of surviving, of thriving, of sustaining ourselves and our souls in this new time.

This is what the Soul Care Project is all about.

The Soul Care Project is a six week digital series promoting practices that help us care for our soul by connection with ourselves, God, and the world. There are no boxes to check or things that must be done, just an invitation to contemplate with us each week’s theme and how shows up in your life. Each theme will be introduced on the podcast on Wednesday (posted below), with poetry, writings and images posted on Tabernacle’s Facebook and Instagram throughout the following week.  

Join us, as we seek to find new rhythms for this strange time, as we allow ourselves to become more fully human, and to connect more deeply with God. 

Follow this project on the Tabernacle Facebook Page and Instagram

Soul Care Week Six: Encountering Silence
Join us for our final podcast of the Soul Care series, on the gift and challenge of silence prayer. ...Read More
Soul Care Week Five: Getting Lost
Join us on the podcast this week as we talk about the spiritual practice of getting lost, learning t...Read More
Soul Care Week Four: Nourishing Creativity
Join us on the podcast this week as we talk about creativity as a spiritual practice! When you were ...Read More
Soul Care Week Three: Offering Gratitude
Join us on the podcast this week as we talk about the science, the art, and the spirituality of grat...Read More
Soul Care Week Two: Wearing Skin
Are our bodies important for our spiritual lives? Join us on the podcast this week as we muse about ...Read More
Soul Care Week One: Becoming Present
The best preparation for a life of prayer is simply to become more intensely human -Kenneth Leech Th...Read More