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Releasing an Enslaved Spirit

A Workshop on Communal Contemplative Spirituality

With Very Rev. Michael Battle, Ph.D.
The Herbert Thompson Professor of Church and Society and
Director of the Desmond Tutu Center at General Theological Seminary

THIS SATURDAY /  10 AM to 1 PM EST
REGISTRATION OPEN UNTIL FRIDAY

Co-sponsored by Contemplative Outreach Chicago and Contemplative Outreach Atlanta

Michael Battle points out something we all may have noticed: that events and organizations working to encourage Christian spirituality and contemplative life seem to attract a certain demographic, predominantly white and westernized.  Those who look, act, and seem different from this demographic often find no access point. Publishers, spiritual leaders, and socially conscious folks are deeply aware of this binding apart and often grieve the fact that many Christians do not pray together.

In this workshop, it is our hope to bring together people from diverse backgrounds who share an interest in contemplation. Together we will pray through, think about and practice how to be more Communally diverse in Contemplative Spirituality — how to release the natural unity the Holy Spirit constantly offers the world.

With Very Rev. Michael Battle, Ph.D.
The Herbert Thompson Professor of Church and Society and Director of the Desmond Tutu Center at General Theological Seminary

THIS SATURDAY /  10 AM to 1 PM EST
REGISTRATION OPEN UNTIL FRIDAY

Co-sponsored by Contemplative Outreach Chicago and Contemplative Outreach Atlanta

Michael Battle points out something we all may have noticed: that events and organizations working to encourage Christian spirituality and contemplative life seem to attract a certain demographic, predominantly white and westernized.  Those who look, act, and seem different from this demographic often find no access point. Publishers, spiritual leaders, and socially conscious folks are deeply aware of this binding apart and often grieve the fact that many Christians do not pray together.

In this workshop, it is our hope to bring together people from diverse backgrounds who share an interest in contemplation. Together we will pray through, think about and practice how to be more Communally diverse in Contemplative Spirituality — how to release the natural unity the Holy Spirit constantly offers the world.

January
22
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