This day of contemplative retreat, prayer, and teaching is an opportunity to journey more deeply together into our union with God and one another. We'll explore ways of moving beyond Christianity understood primarily as a "belief system," and instead engage our core doctrines of Trinity and Incarnation as participatory mysteries that Christ calls us to enter into and experience for ourselves. We'll give particular attention to the "unitive" or "nondual" dimension of Christian faith, the recovery of heart-centered Christian contemplative practice, and pioneering Christian voices such as Teilhard de Chardin and Raimon Panikkar.
Rev. Matthew Wright