October is Arts and Humanities Month nationally and in Little Rock. Americans for the Arts has identified a different arts topic to be posted for each day in the month. Next up is Healing Arts.
There are many studios and locations in Little Rock that practice a variety of the healing arts. Today’s feature is on the Arkansas House of Prayer, which is an ecumenical center which includes meditation as one of its focuses.
The Arkansas House of Prayer is an interfaith haven, set apart in nature, dedicated to contemplative prayer, meditation, and quiet, where all are welcome.
Visiting the House of Prayer is an opportunity for silence, whether in prayer, meditation, journaling, or simply sitting in thought. In silence persons may encounter the Sacred, experience guidance, restore their energy, and be filled with insights. It is the hope that the quiet in this House, the design of the building, and the beauty in nature bless you on your path.
Founded in 2007, the House of Prayer is a joint ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas and St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church.