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Retreat: How Contemplation Can Heal a Violent World with Bishop Eugene Sutton
September 10 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
In recognition of its 25th Anniversary, on Saturday, Sept. 10, Contemplative Outreach of Maryland and Washington (COMW) invites everyone to participate in a full-day retreat led by COMW co-founder, the Right Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton, Bishop of Maryland. The retreat, which is entitled “How Contemplation Can Heal A Violent World,” will focus on how contemplation is as relevant as ever in today’s world of violence in all aspects of our lives, both domestically and globally. Indeed, Centering Prayer, as one form of contemplation, is a method for stilling our minds, and in silence opening our hearts to peace and understanding, thereby creating a foundation for a nonviolent response to any event that occurs in our lives.
The program agenda will include three conferences and two Centering Prayer sits plus one contemplative walk on the beautiful and historical grounds of Christ Episcopal Church.
The retreat payment for this program will be $45. Your retreat payment will include the full-day program of presentation and discussion, and buffet lunch. Parking is available onsite at the church. Early registration is encouraged, as space is limited.
About Contemplative Outreach of Maryland and Washington DC (COMW)
COMW is an ecumenical group of women and men volunteers serving those who want to deepen their relationship with God through the practice of Centering Prayer. We welcome people of all faith denominations. We are one of more than 90 active chapters in 39 countries formed by Contemplative Outreach, an international interdenominational group of individuals and groups that are committed to living the contemplative dimension of everyday life.