2019 Monthly Retreat Series

 

Contemplative Outreach of Maryland and Washington (COMW) will offer monthly half-day retreats beginning in December 2018 through January of 2020.  When event information is available it will be posted on the “RETREATS & EVENTS – Half Day Retreats” tab of the COMW website and also emailed to the COMW email list. The next one is Saturday, September 21, 2019.

For details and/or to print off a one page event flyer for the September 21st Half Day Retreat, click here.

 

Future Half Day Retreats

Subject to change (As of 08/18/2019)

September 21, 2019:  Divinization:  Partakers of Divine Nature
–  Location St. John the Baptist, Silver Spring, MD
–  Led by COMW Leadership Team Member Bill Haardt
October 19, 2019:  Some Ancient Versions of Centering Prayer (Part 1)
–  Location St. John the Baptist, Silver Spring, Md
–  Led by Steve Thompson
November 16 2019: Some Ancient Versions of Centering Prayer (Part 2) 
–  Location: St. John the Baptist, Silver Spring, MD
–  Led by Steve Thompson
December 2019:  No Half Day Retreat in December
January 18, 2020:  The Contemplative Experience of Jesus (Part 1)
–  Location: The Church of the Redeemer, Baltimore MD
–  Led by COMW Leadership Team Member L.J. Milone
February 15, 2020: The Contemplative Experience of Jesus (Part 2)
–  Location: TBD
–  Led by COMW Leadership Team Member L.J. Milone
March 21, 2020:  The Contemplative Experience of Jesus (Part 3)
–  Location: TBD
–  Led by COMW Leadership Team Member L.J. Milone
Additional 2020 half-day retreats to be announced
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SECOND  ANNUAL  OMEGA  CENTER  CONFERENCE

Ilia Delio

Love at the Heart of the Cosmos:
Living in Relational Wholeness
December 6th – 8th, 2019

Divine Love, according to Teilhard de Chardin, is the core energy of the cosmos.
God’s love is unceasing, dynamic, and creative—pulsing in the heart of all things, driving us ever forward to newness. Our wondrous human gift means that the future of the Earth is in our hands. But in these tumultuous times, where we are we going?
We need a new story of the whole to guide our way.

with Ilia Delio, Ursula King, John F. Haught,
Kathleen Duffy and Cynthia Bourgeault