Students who are interested in strengthening their prayer lives can join a Christian Life Community group or a "CLC". CLC groups are facilitated by Prep faculty members during lunch periods or after school and are open to members of any faith tradition. There are many CLC groups, so students can easily find one to fit into their schedules.
Each CLC is a group of people (usually between 5 to 8 members) that meets regularly to pray, reflect, and discuss issues of life and faith. Based in Ignatian spirituality, CLCs are groups that help members find God in all things and reflect on the presence of God in their lives.
What is a CLC meeting like?
CLC meetings usually take place once a week for about 40 minutes. Regular meeting times and places are decided upon by the group. Although meetings may vary from group to group, the basic CLC meeting format includes the following:
When do CLC groups meet?
There are currently six open-admission CLC groups, run by members of the Prep faculty. They are:
To participate in a CLC group, register here: https://spprep.wufoo.com/forms/20132014-clc-registration/
Additionally, there are nine CLC groups dedicated to the formation of Prep's senior Campus Ministry Team:
How do I join CLC?
You can register for any of the CLC groups above at the following link: https://spprep.wufoo.com/forms/20132014-clc-registration/