• Classes, Events & Retreats

    Classes, Events & Retreats

    Register now for 2018 classes, events and retreats! We have much to offer those who are beginning their spiritual journey and those who continue to deepen their spirituality. Read More
  • Spiritual Journey Series

    Spiritual Journey Series

    In February we will offer three of the six courses in the Spiritual Journey Series: Human Condition (Course II) Divine Therapy (Course IV) and God Is Love (New). This series is based on Fr. Thomas Keating's work and is designed to support the daily practice of Centering Prayer. Read More
  • Centering Prayer Immersion Experience

    Centering Prayer Immersion Experience

    The Centering Prayer Immersion Experience includes six, thirty-minute periods of Centering Prayer, separated by meditative walks. This experience is recommended for persons experienced in Centering Prayer. Read More
  • That We May Be One - Christian Non-Duality

    That We May Be One - Christian Non-Duality

    Join us on two Wednesdays, February 21 and 28 to explore the timely subject of non-duality from a timely subject of non-duality from a Christian perspective. Though this term has not generally been associated with the Christian Tradition, in fact, its essence runs throughout the New Testament, most prominently in the Gospel of John and the Letters of Paul. Read More
  • God Is Love: The Heart Of All Creation

    God Is Love: The Heart Of All Creation

    God is Love: The Heart of All Creation continues and builds on the works of Thomas Keating over the past 30+ years. It offers a vision of hope and a view of reality that at once integrates the sciences, religion and humankind’s place in the cosmos as divine in origin, unifying in purpose, unfolding in its grandeur. Join us on five Thursday evenings, February 22 - March 22. Read More
  • Eckhart Tolle Evenings

    Eckhart Tolle Evenings

    Join us on Wednesday, February 21 for an inspiring Eckhart Tolle video with silent time. Meditation/Centering Prayer begins at 6:30pm followed by selected Tolle videos. Read More
  • Special Event: Bridge Across Troubled Waters: Centering Prayer and the Theological Divide Featuring Kess Frey

    Special Event: Bridge Across Troubled Waters: Centering Prayer and the Theological Divide Featuring Kess Frey

    Join us on Saturday, February 24 as we explore Centering Prayer's conceptual background together with a new view of the intimate divine relationship we all have with God. Read More
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“The root of prayer is interior silence.”
Father Thomas Keating,
Open Mind, Open Heart

While there are numerous Centering Prayer groups around the world, Contemplative Outreach of Colorado is unique in that we operate the only center where classes, mini-retreats, days of prayer and other events are provided to the public. Our Center for Contemplative Living in Denver offers introductory workshops on Centering Prayer, as well as Father Thomas Keating’s in-depth, five-part Spiritual Journey Series. A variety of complimentary classes also are available to enrich and support your spiritual growth and prayer practice, no matter where you may be on your journey. Check out the Center’s newsletters for information about our fall mini-retreat and spring annual conference. The Center for Contemplative Living maintains a close spiritual relationship with St. Benedict’s Monastery in Snowmass, where Father Keating resides, as well as the retreat center at the monastery. We are open Tuesdays through Thursdays, 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. We are closed in the summer.

Contemplative Outreach Vision

Contemplative Outreach is a spiritual network of people and small faith communities committed to living the contemplative dimension of the Gospel in everyday life through Centering Prayer. Our purpose is to share the method of Centering Prayer and its conceptual background. We also encourage the practice of Lectio Divina, particularly its movement into contemplative prayer, which a regular and established practice of Centering Prayer facilitates.

We identify with the Christian contemplative heritage. While we are formed by our respective denominations, we are united in our common search for God and the experience of the living Christ through Centering Prayer. We affirm our solidarity with the contemplative dimension of other religions and sacred traditions, with the needs and rights of the whole human family, and with all creation.

Welcome to the Center

The Center

3650 Yates Denver, CO 80212       (303) 698-7729

OFFICE HOURS:
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Tues, Wednes, Thurs

Opens for the New Year on Tues, January 2

MASS AT THE CENTER:
Join us for Mass at the Center's chapel at noon on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month                       Mass Schedule

PRAY IN COMMUNITY:
Intentional Prayer Time
:    Tuesdays, 9:30 - 10:30 or 10:45 - 11:45
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Click here for more opportunities to pray in community at the Center.

PURCHASE CDS AND DVDS: To purchase CDs and DVDs from a previous Annual Conference or Mini Retreat     Click Here 

 

 

Voices of Grace and Gratitude

Abbot Joseph Boyle, St. Benedict’s Monastery

Center for Contemplative Living

“The root of prayer is interior silence.”
Father Thomas Keating,
Open Mind, Open Heart

Our Center for Contemplative Living in Denver offers introductory workshops on Centering Prayer, as well as Father Thomas Keating’s in-depth, five-part Spiritual Journey Series.  Read More...

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