Cancer Prayer Support Group

We are a spiritual prayer support group that embraces, honors, and accompanies all touched by cancer. 

You are welcome, whatever cancer journey you are on––past or present––as patient, loved one, or caregiver.

This is a safe place to share and be held, whatever you are going through. 

We check in and listen respectfully. We hold one another in trust, hope, and love. We honor confidentiality.

Our 90-minute sessions meet via Zoom at 10am Pacific time on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month. There is no fee for this support group.

We welcome drop-ins. Come for a visit to learn more!

Cancer Prayer Support Group Burlingame

CANCER PRAYER SUPPORT GROUP

The Cancer Prayer Support Group is made possible through your generous donations.
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CANCER PRAYER ONLINE SUPPORT SESSIONS

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  • 2nd Wednesdays at 10am PST
  • 4th Wednesdays at 10am PST

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MEET THE FACILITATORS . . .

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Mary Loebig Giles

Mary Loebig Giles (she/her) is Pastor of Action and Contemplation at Common Table SF, leads a Faith & Justice cohort, and offers spiritual direction outdoors in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. She facilitates retreats that awaken the heart through embodied and contemplative practices.

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Gwojen Fung

Gwojen Fung started coming to Mercy Center and meditating with Fr. Tom Hand in the 80’s. Her interests are in contemplative practices, accompanying others in Centering Prayer, walking the Camino, and developing an awareness of God’s ever presence.

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Will Simpson

Will Simpson was formed as a Benedictine monk and also at the Mercy Institute of Spiritual Formation in Burlingame, CA. He is a mentor/facilitator for both of our Sacred Journey Program and The Art and Practice of Spiritual Direction programs. He integrates primarily Benedictine, Celtic and Ignatian Spirituality and is also very familiar with non denominational practices. In his own words, “I have a love for people, their stories and journeys from every walk of life. My direction is one of deep listening with the heart to the heart and create a safe and open spacious environment.”

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Dale Webb

Dale Webb was a former facilitator for Mercy Center’s Sacred Journey program. His background includes congregational ministry in California, Missouri, and New York, followed by healthcare/hospice chaplaincy in New Mexico and California.  After retiring from these endeavors, he received spiritual director formation training and now offer individual and group spiritual direction as well as offering supervision for other spiritual directors. He considers it a privilege and blessing to hold sacred space and to witness spiritual deepening and transformation in the lives of others.