Barely a month after Pentecost when the tongues of the fire of the Holy Spirit lapped around Jesus’ followers, this Quiet Day invites participants to prepare for life in the power of the Spirit.
We will consider what it means to be attentive to the presence of God and to search for God where there is only absence.
Whether or not you holiday in August, many of our institutions take a break. In thsi day, we will take the opportunity to relax in the presence of God and reflect on what it means to have some ‘down-time’ with God.
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.
A time to be thankful for the gifts of summer and consider the direction of our life by encountering the gifts of autumn.
It’s a time to be thankful for the gifts of summer and consider the direction of our life by encountering the gifts of autumn.
A Quiet Day with Matt Long; an opportunity to take time to be still and listen deeply; an invitation to play with words and pray poetically.
A Quiet Day with David and Rose Harknett; a chance to think about our bodies, in both their brokenness and beauty, as "very good... wonderfully made"!
A Quiet Day with Emily Owen; this day will offer gentle time and space to be affirmed in who we are; we are not an afterthought. This Quiet Day will be interpreted in sign language by Emily's mother.
A Quiet Day with Alan and Lesley Humphrey; experience the peace of God that can sustain you, alongside all His chosen ones, without loosing focus of the one who has brought hope into the world.
This Quiet Day will be led by Alison Myers, the Warden of Launde Abbey. She will be gently inviting you to take time to pray about, and plan, elements of the year ahead.
This Quiet Day will be led by The Revd Chris Webb, Deputy Warden of Launde Abbey. Further details of this Quiet Day will be available shortly.