The Online Meditation Chapel - Supporting Christian Mental Health

The Online Meditation Chapel is an online multi-faith community of contemplatives. If you are called to find the sacred in the stillness, it's there for you. There are meditation groups from every faith tradition to use in their online chapels. They invite meditators from all faith traditions to participate in any of their groups. It's a free site and they do not accept any advertisements.

Meditation Chapel nurtures unity and world peace through the sharing of divine stillness and sacred listening. They support groups of all faith traditions in offering and sharing the contemplative experience through the sacramental use of technology.

Meditation is the practice of quieting your mind. Many meditation communities encourage group meditation, which means that at least some of the times you are meditating you are doing so in a group. Online group meditation simply means that the group you are meditating with is meeting online, rather than physically.

They have more than 150 groups meeting every week, so whenever you are ready to meditate, there is probably a group getting ready to start. Their calendar shows you when all of their groups meet in your local time zone. And since all of their groups meet online, it doesn’t matter where you are. If you have a quiet space and an Internet connection, you can participate. Their desire is to offer you a virtual chapel where you can experience the beauty and community of online meditation groups.

Meditation in general has many well known benefits. New health benefits of meditation are being discovered constantly. Meditation has been shown to help people psychologically both by reducing anxiety and by providing a supportive community. And meditation has been the spiritual cornerstone of every major religious tradition for as long as we have had religions.

Online meditation groups offer all of these benefits in a more convenient format. You can join an online meditation group from the convenience of your own home. And because they have so many online meditation groups meeting throughout the day and night, you will be able to find a welcoming online meditation group that is convenient regardless of your faith tradition, schedule, or time zone.

There is no cost or obligation to participate in their online meditation groups. The only technical requirement is a computer and an internet connection. The more important requirement is a desire to be more centered in the Divine (however you understand that) and a willingness to support and be supported by an online meditation community. You can participate in as many online meditation groups as you like and you can leave at any time.

If you are a first-time visitor and would like to try one of their on-line meditation groups, the first step is to visit their Getting Started page.

Christian Mental Health Ministries
Referral & Listening Resource Center:  
Phone: (352) 234-6097 (as volunteer personnel permits)
Two Christian healing ministries, where you can speak/pray with someone over the phone:
The Evangelism Response Center: (800) 634-2462
The Prayer & Crisis Referral Network: (877) 800-PRAY
Three Christian healing ministries where you can submit an online prayer request:
Christian Healing Ministries in Jacksonville, Florida,  the International Order of St. Luke the Physician in San Antonio, TX, or the The Inheritance House in Orlando, Florida
National mental health Christian support groups
The Grace Alliance

All Information on this website is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your physician or other healthcare professional. You should not use the information on this website for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication or other treatment.  All communications with the Christian Mental Health Ministries are 100% confidential.          C 2013-2021