September Quiet Day: New Beginnings
5th September, 10:00 am£39
September is a time of new beginnings as children and teachers go back to school, and as students return to college or university. In the Jewish calendar, Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana is usually celebrated in September. It celebrates creation and the responsibilities of God’s people.
In this quiet day we pray with Scripture through our senses and imagination as we explore new beginnings through the eyes of Zaccaeus, the woman by the well, and the disciples on the road to Emmaus. There will also opportunities of other creative approaches to prayer including through image, art and craft and poetry.
The quiet day will be led Rhona Knight. Rhona was a GP and medical educator for 25 years. She was ordained in 2015 and led on teaching pastoral care at Lincoln School of Theology. Although now retired she continues to research, write and teach particularly in the area of boundaries and trauma in ministry. She is a retreat leader, spiritual director and pastoral supervisor. She enjoys reading, theatre, art, creativity and the outdoors.
Yes – I’d like to take part in this Quiet Day! (Please complete this form to request a place.)