This online presentation is on using photography as a way to enhance and to share our gifts of sacred seeing. All of the natural world provides a glimpse of the sacredness that transcends all, but that also permeates all. When we learn to see, rather than just look, the sacred story emerges.
Photography with any kind of camera, from the simplest cell phone to more complex photographic equipment, can capture the sacred story by allowing us to focus on the sparks of grace that reside in the mundane. When we learn how to employ sacred seeing, our photography becomes the art of sacred seeing.
Facilitator: Mary Beth Wallace
Mary Beth Wallace is a resident of Toronto and a member of Islington United Church and of Saint Georges-on-the-Hill Anglican Church. She is an avid amateur photographer who believes that when we encounter nature with our whole being we catch a glimpse of the sacred. As we develop our sacred seeing skills, we can capture these glimpses as a sacred story to be cherished and shared through photography.
WayPoint Centre for Spiritual Growth is an initiative of the Leadershift Church Planting Project (Pacific Mountain Region) and is an emerging ministry of Eagle Ridge United Church, Coquitlam, BC.
www.waypointspiritual.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org