An InterSpiritual Weekend with 
Popular Sufi Scholar, Writer, and Teacher
Imam Jamal Rahman

Friday, February 5th - 
Sunday, February 7th, 2016

Imam Jamal Rahman is a popular speaker on Islam, Sufi spirituality, and interfaith relations. He has been featured in the New York Times, CBS News, BBC, and various NPR programs. Co-founder and Muslim Sufi minister at Seattle's Interfaith Community Sanctuary and adjunct faculty at Seattle University. He is a former host of Interfaith Talk Radio and travels nationally and internationally, presenting at retreats and workshops. Jamal is the author and co-author of several books, including his latest titled: “Sacred Laughter of the Sufis: Awakening the Soul with the Mulla’s Comic Teaching Stories and Other Islamic Wisdom.” Since 9/11/2001 Jamal has been collaborating regularly and actively with Rabbi Ted Falcon and
Pastor Don Mackenzie. Affectionately known as The Interfaith Amigos, they travel the country sharing a message of inclusive spirituality. Read more on The Interfaith Amigos website: interfaithamigos.com
For Books by Jamal See Jamal’s Page on Amazon.


Contemplative Beehive, Spiritual Direction Colorado (SDCO), and Women at The Well hosted Jamal Rahman from the Inter Spiritual Center in Seattle, WA. 
 
  • Friday, 10am-2:00pm, St John's Episcopal Cathedral, 1350 Washington Street, Denver. A mini retreat day including lunch.
  • Friday Evening, 7-9pm, St John's Episcopal  Church, 1419 Pine Street, Boulder. 
    A public lecture on Islamophobia, interfaith dialogue, and co-existence.
  • Saturday, 9am-4pm, St John's Episcopal Church, 1419 Pine Street, Boulder. 
    An Interactive Workshop with opportunity to engage in Sufi Spiritual Practices. 
    Brown bag lunch.
  • Sunday, 9:30 am St John's Episcopal Church, 1419 Pine Street, Boulder. Jamal will preach at the regular 9:30 am Service of Holy Eucharist.

Previous Events

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We hope you will consider joining us for one or more events, and perhaps bring a friend along.

All of our events are open to all, regardless of spiritual affiliation. ​

 Contemplative Beehive Residential Retreat at St. Walburga Abbey


Fr. William Meninger, OSCO

Models of Contemplation and The Cloud of Unknowing

Thursday, May 14, 2015

 Friday, May 15, 2015

Saturday, May 16, 2015

​Sunday May 17, 2015

     Contemplation, or an unmediated experience of God in prayer, is common to virtually every religion.  It is something that can be taught to persons who are receptively disposed. This retreat will look at examples of the contemplative experience and dimension as seen in a number of religions, especially in Christianity through the Cloud of Unknowing.

      Father William Meninger, a Cistercian monk at St Benedict’s Monastery, Snowmass, is a much sought after teacher & spiritual guide. He was one the founders of Centering Prayer together with Thomas Keating and Basil Pennington. He is the author of many books & CD’s including such topics as; The Cloud of Unknowing, Julian of Norwich, Forgiveness, & The Enneagram. Check out his website at contemplativeprayer.net.

Cynthia Bourgeault

Martie McMane

Contemplative Beehive Residential Retreat at St. Walburga Abbey


Fr. William Meninger, OSCO

Forgiveness


Thursday, May 5, 2016

 Friday, May 6, 2016

Saturday, May 7, 2016

​Sunday May 8, 2016


 Father William Meninger, a Cistercian monk at St Benedict’s Monastery, Snowmass, is a much sought after teacher & spiritual guide. He was one the founders of Centering Prayer together with Thomas Keating and Basil Pennington. He is the author of many books & CD’s including such topics as; The Cloud of Unknowing, Julian of Norwich, Forgiveness, & The Enneagram. Check out his website at contemplativeprayer.net

Upcoming Events

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Tessa Bielecki

Mirabai Starr 

God of Love


Friday, March 13, 2015; 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 

&

Saturday, March 14, 2015; 9:00 am - 4:00 pm


About Mirabai Starr

Mirabai Starr writes creative non-fiction and contemporary translations of sacred literature.  She was a professor of Philosophy and World Religions at the University of New Mexico-Taos for 20 years, and teaches and speaks internationally on contemplative practice and interspiritual dialog.  A certified bereavement counselor, Mirabai helps mourners harness the transformational power of loss.  She has received critical acclaim  for her revolutionary new translations of Dark Night of the Soul by sixteenth century Spanish mystic, St. John of the Cross, The Interior Castle and The Book of My Life, by St. Teresa of Avila, and The Showings of Julian of Norwich.  She is author of the 6-volume Sounds True series, Contemplations, Prayers, and Living Wisdom.  Her poetry collection,  Mother of God Similar to Fire, is a collaboration with iconographer, William Hart McNichols.  GOD OF LOVE: A Guide to the Heart of Judaism, Christianity and Islam--winner of the New Mexico/Arizona Book Award for Religion and a Nautilus Award in Religion & Spirituality, and named one of the Best Spiritual Books of 2012 by Spirituality & Practice--positions Mirabai at the forefront of the emerging Interspiritual Movement.  She lives with her extended family in the mountains of northern New Mexico.