November Newsletter

Fall/Advent CC Book Study
Interested in a fall book study and spiritual connection? Our Contemplative Conversation groups are contemplative and participatory. This 6-week session we will read Julian of Norwich: Wisdom in a time of pandemic and beyond. We will also read from Julian’s Showings. We will be reading about 30 pages a week. Groups forming now.

Julian is a Christian mystic who lived through two pandemics as much to say to us now. About our text for the study Richard Rohr says:“What Matthew Fox has done with Hildegard, Eckhart, and Aquinas himself, makes him a major teacher and guide. Now in our parallel time of pandemic, he does it again with Lady Julian of Norwich – as we all ask ‘What does it mean to love and believe now?”  
Express Interest
Its not too late! 

Join us for this intimate and participatory workshop/retreat with Peter Traben Hass. Time for practice and Q & A. Peter has been teaching, leading retreats, and writing about Contemplative Christianity for over 30 years. He is a wealth of wisdom and experience. He is currently the pastor of The Church of Conscious Harmony the largest contemplative church in the country. This workshop is for anyone wanting deepen their contemplative spirituality.  

Registration $59 includes two free books by Dr. Haas.
Some scholarships available email adam@contemplatelincoln.org
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All events are on Zoom!
Links: 

Noon-hour silent prayer Weekdays 12:15pm-1:00pm: https://zoom.us/j/735301950
A 20-minute silent prayer sit with opening prayer and closing reading. No experience necessary. 
Lectio Divina Mondays 9:30am: Register via this link on zoom
Prayer the scriptures. We read a passage 4 times with short silences followed by discussion.
Contemplative Movement Fridays 5:30pm-6:30pm: https://zoom.us/j/386874404
A fun, playful, and contemplative whole body experience.
House Church Sunday’s 4pm-5pm: https://zoom.us/j/993530287
Worship, conversation, and contemplation. A house church style church service with Eucharist. 
Contemplative Conversation Sundays at 2:30 PM (The Work of the People Short Films) Register via this link on zoom
We watch films with today’s influential theologians and contemplatives gaining wisdom and finishing with a time of sharing. 
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