Tuesday Night Reflections

Spiritual Formation Catalyst, Daniel Nicewonger leads a time of reflection and meditation

Be Still and Know that I am God
Be Still and Know that I am
Be Still and Know
Be Still

You’re Invited

Tuesday Night Reflections gathers on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. 

We meet from 6:30 to 7:30 pm EST

Our times together follow a simple, yet profound format which allows us to explore walking with the Spirit and each other in a closer, deeper way.

Tuesday Night Reflections is designed to be a relaxing, peaceful, life-giving experience. You are welcome to share as much, or as little as you want. There are times you will want to simply listen to what is shared. In other moments you may feel compelled to offer a thought or question.

Stop by when you can. There is no pressure to be present each time we gather. Our goal is to create a space where you can explore the spiritual life and find what Jesus talks about as “life to the full.”

Tuesday Night Reflections follows a familar format


Our time will begin with a time of quiet reflection


Dan will then share a brief spiritual meditation taken from a passage of scripture or other reading that God has used in his life.


Participants will have an opportunity to question, comment, add their reflections to the meditation.


Following the meditation Dan will ask questions to help the group reflect on how we are experiencing the presence of God in our lives. Participants can share with the group or simply reflect privately. People are invited to share as much, or as little as makes them comfortable.


We will close our time together by sharing prayer requests, and Dan will close our time in prayer.

To Receive the ZOOM link

Dan sends out a reminder email with a ZOOM link a few days prior to each Tuesday Night Reflections. If you would like to receive the ZOOM link and reminder please share your name and email.

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Some sample meditations from previous Tuesday Night Reflections