This retreat offers a time to ponder God’s love for us and for others and how we respond to that love. As we do this, there will be an opportunity to create a piece of sewing/patchwork/embroidery which reflects this.
For those of us who are weary or disorientated because of the experiences of recent months, this retreat offers the opportunity to come home, to come back to God who in Christ invites us to make our home in him.
This retreat will look at the treasures which have come down to us through the lives of the Celtic saints whose faith was shaped on the anvil of an era of major cultural change.
A retreat for first time retreatants led Alison Myers and Chris Webb. The aim of the weekend is to help you enter the world of silent retreats gently and with plenty of support.
As we set out on our pilgrimage through Lent, we will consider Jesus’ life through the image of ‘journey’, his obedience, compassion and suffering, culminating on the cross.
Using photography as a starting point, this retreat draws on Ignatian spiritual practices to bring together the photographic stance and God’s lens enabling us to see the world in fresh and new ways
During this retreat we'll be walking the road to Calvary as we trace the story in Mark's gospel through reflections, prayer, meditation and silent contemplation.
Before we leave Easter behind and get on with the summer in 2022, we will pause to sit with the 2000 year old stories of what happened next.
Come and enjoy a time of quiet Celtic Christian worship, biblical reflections and guided birdwatching walks.
Join experienced Iconographer, Peter Murphy for a week learning the medieval gilding and painting techniques to create stunning icon paintings