A Labor of Love

A Sermon Message on Paul’s Labor of Love to Spread the Good News of Jesus Christ  Scripture Reading: 2 Corinthians…


Healing of the Unconscious

Insights from O’Madagain’s book Centering Prayer and the Healing of the Unconscious by Rich Lewis and Brian Russell


Holding Still

A group of men, formerly incarcerated together at Folsom Prison, share their most personal insights practicing centering prayer while serving time. The film, also featuring men currently at Folsom, is an intimate testament to inner transformation.

Prison Contemplative Fellowship (PCF) is an association of volunteers, prison chaplains, prisoners, and former prisoners, who practice Centering Prayer. We provide guidance and materials to individuals and groups who wish to do this prayer practice in prisons and jails, regardless of any denomination preference or religious orientation.  When asked, we send books and pamphlets, in English and Spanish, free of charge to volunteers and prison chaplains to support their efforts to help prisoners maintain a contemplative prayer practice. If you are interested in knowing more, please contact us via email at office@uspcf.org. or visit our website at .


Prayer and Fasting Study

In the Book of Mark in Chapter 9, we find Jesus explaining to His disciples the importance of prayer and…


Unceasing Prayer

https://www.christianmeditationcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Unceasing-Prayer.mp4 What does it mean to pray without ceasing? The unceasing prayer is a wonderful way of living always in…