November 13th and 14th via Zoom
We are excited to announce a special event via Zoom with author, pastor, and retreat leader Dr. Peter Traben Haas. This workshop, that will feel like a retreat, explores the dance between contemplation, community, and scripture. Helping communities flourish and helping us discover deeper meaning and integration of scripture. This event is for anyone interested in Christian contemplative prayer, its practice & possibilities in the Church and community, and the formative dance between contemplation & scripture. An excellent opportunity for pastors, lay and group leaders wanting to introduce contemplative prayer within their church, worship, community, or small groups. Event is participatory and will include a Friday Night Eucharist Compline Service and time throughout the event for Q & A.
Participants will receive via mail an instruction guide to centering prayer and a copy of Dr. Haas’ books The Contemplative Church: How Meditative Prayer and Monastic Practices Help Congregations Flourish and Centering Prayers: A One-Year Daily Companion for Going Deeper into the Love of God and resources to continue the journey. Books may not arrive prior to the event.
Scholarships Available for Pastors, Clergy, Lay Leaders, Elders, and Small Group Leaders. Email [email protected] to learn more.
Open Registration Until November 12th: $59
Bio: Rev., Dr. Peter Traben Haas was born in Traben-Trarbach, Germany and grew up in Brookfield, Wisconsin. He is an ordained Teaching Pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA) and serves as Minister of a non-denominational contemplative Christian community in Austin, Texas called The Church of Conscious Harmony.
Peter earned a B.A. from Moody Bible, an M.Div. from Princeton Seminary and a Doctorate of Ministry from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Peter is a certified Centering Prayer instructor and retreat leader, and is the author of multiple books and articles on the contemplative Christian dimension including: The Contemplative Church, Centering Prayers, A Beautiful Prayer, The God Who is Here, Living Lent, and My Yes is Yours, and the Advent Remedy.
Schedule Central Time Zone
7:00-8:30pm Compline and Eucharist w/ Dr. Peter Haas
9:00-10:30am The Contemplative Church: Contemplation and Community
10:45-12:30pm The Contemplative Gospel: Contemplation and Scripture
Proceeds of this event support Contemplate Lincoln mission teach, facilitate, and practice Christian contemplative prayer in Community. Make a Donation
Made possible from a generous grant for the Trust for the Meditation Process