Brenda Fox, Prayerstream Founder and Vision Carrier
A member of Boulder Mennonite Church since 1996, Brenda is still learning the value of community, truth, peace, and justice. Mother of two remarkable young adults, she knows the great joy and satisfaction of a loving family. Brenda graduated from Chicago Theological Seminary, where her heart for public ministry took shape working alongside survivors of torture. For the last 10 years she has served as Chaplain for Hospice of the Estes Valley. Her combined passions and expertise in spiritual care, trauma recovery, grief work, and mindfulness have led to her life’s mission to “pray without ceasing.” Brenda can be reached by email at email@example.com.
Upcoming Prayerstream Meditations
Tuesday AM Prayerstream Meditations: informal contemplative gatherings to deepen our connections to: self, each other, the sacred, and the world in which we live.
Weekly on Tuesdays at 7AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86881703992
Meeting ID: 868 8170 3992
First Friday of the Month, Power Hour: a shared exploration of Spirit and community in ceremony. This gathering is designed to bring ceremony, celebration and prayer together from a variety of perspectives so we can experience new thoughts and ways to be together.
FRIDAY April 2, 4:00-5:30pm Mountain Time, “Seeds of Sorrow and Transformation”
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84289385528
In the wake of the recent mass shootings, we will bring our tears and prayers for healing. If you will join us on zoom for this ceremony, feel free to prepare a safe and sacred space including any or all of these items: fire or flame, a symbol or expression of your sorrow, a container or two with soil and a few seeds of your choice to plant, a small bowl or pitcher with water. In this way, we can tend our prayers for Shalom as the new and fragile life takes root and blesses us with fruit, flower or medicine in due time.
Prayerstream Meditation: in solidarity with the San Carlos Apache (from Tues, Jan 26)
“My heart is heavy as I watch the violence, the hate, the lies spreading in our country. What is mine to do in a time like this? As I meditate and pray about this, I know it helps to meet with zoom groups like our Prayerstream Group to pray and reflect together.
I sense there will be more trouble in our land. In the meantime, my intuition tells me to hope in the light of Christ and to continue to look for that light of love, justice, kindness, truth and hope shining through others. God, you in whom we live and move and have our being, give me the wisdom, courage, and energy to recognize my own light and to add it to the light of others.” Marilyn Miller
“I was happy to receive the video from the Epiphany Prayerstream in time to use it for my reflection yesterday. I am clinging to this group and what it stands for more and more as the days ensue. I am so grateful that our Conference is offering us this gathering place. I loved how Anita connected us to our ancestors in the Caves of Switzerland, although, thankfully we are not at such risk praying together. And, I’ve been carrying around the definition of Faith with me in these days: it is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we cannot see. “Praying” more than I ever have!” Annaken Toews
Prayerstream Mindfulness for Children
As Prayerstream offers spiritual care, we also invite children to opportunities for mindfulness and stories.