“Be Still and Know that I am God”
The intent of Contemplative Outreach is to foster the process of transformation in Christ in one another through the practice of Centering Prayer.
As a chapter of Contemplative Outreach International, Contemplative Outreach of Maryland and Washington (COMW) is comprised of volunteers and serves Maryland, Washington, DC and the surrounding area. COMW’s mission, as stated in the Vision Statement and Theological principles of Contemplative Outreach, is to support existing Centering Prayer groups, foster the formation of new Centering Prayer groups, and offer training for Group Facilitators and Presenters of the Introduction to Centering Prayer Workshop.
COMW Half Day Retreat Series
Next Half Day February 15! The Contemplative Experience of Jesus (Part 1 of 3) Read More……
MORE EVENTS IN 2020!!
SAVE THE DATES IN 2020!!
May Overnight Facilitator Retreat — Register Now!
June Centering Prayer Intro Program — Save the Date!! Read More
October Silent Centering Prayer Retreat — Read more
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Brief Contemplative Lessons from Meister Eckhart by LJ Milone
Meister Eckhart was a Dominican friar who lived in fourteenth-century Germany. He was a contemplative engaged in preaching and teaching. When he preached, his sermons were subtle and sublime. But he ran afoul of suspicious church authorities and had to submit to the Inquisition. The Inquisition never condemned Eckhart as a heretic, though it called some of his statements into question.
Current scholars have worked to restore the Meister’s reputation. Thankfully, Meister Eckhart’s teachings are more available today than ever before. He has much to teach those who practice Centering Prayer and anyone seeking to live contemplatively. Here are but three brief lessons. Read More