Jenny Baker First Friday – “Living in the Spirit, in the 21st Century”

Jenny Baker will be speaking at our Friday Night Fellowship Meeting for August.  

Jenny will be speaking on “Living in the Spirit, in the 21st Century”

Join us as we seek the Lord together – All welcome

See the Diary for Friday night speakers on other dates

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As Regional Coordinator for the Celebrate Catholic Charismatic Events,  Jenny spends much of her time travelling to the many weekend conferences to support the regional teams.  She has served the Celebrate leadership team since 2006 and previously worked within the Catholic Church presenting and producing Catholic Faith Exploration (CaFE) DVD resources.

She also speaks across the UK and beyond in parishes and at conferences.

She is Vice Chair of the English National Service Committee (NSC) for Catholic Charismatic Renewal.

Revd Michael Mitton – ‘Seasoned by Seasons’ – First Friday for July

Revd Canon Michael Mitton will be speaking at our Friday Night Fellowship Meeting for July.  Michael is a regular visitor to community who has spoken at our Friday nights before.

Michael will be speaking on “Seasoned by Seasons” –  the theme of his new book that is being published in September.

In our own journey through life we often experience different seasons of the soul – autumn losses, dark nights of winter, springtime discoveries and summer flourishings.

Using an imaginative exploration of bible stories, Michael will speak about how we can flourish in all seasons.

Join us as we seek the Lord together – All welcome

See the Diary for Friday night speakers on other dates

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Canon Michael Mitton is an Anglican priest and a freelance speaker, writer and spiritual director. He currently works in the mission department of the Derby Diocese and also leads a small church. He is author of a number of books including Restoring the Woven Cord, Dreaming of Home and Travellers of the Heart.

The Road to Freedom: Living with Pentecost

 

Jesus said:

“If you make the Word of God your home, you will come to know the truth – and the truth will set you free”.

 

Would you like to develop a practical approach to reading the complete Bible?

Would you like to find daily spiritual nourishment through reading the Gospels and Psalms in a systematic way? 

Are you interested in learning about an approach to reflecting with others on passages of Scripture relevant to the liturgical seasons of the Christian year; and in learning from the example of great pastors about how to meditate on the Word of God, that is – how that is to “make the Word of God your home”.

Come and See, and find an approach that is relevant to your own individual walk with the Lord.

The title for this meeting is Living with Pentecost. The bible study meeting will be led by Tom Gorman MA(Oxon), Ph.D. Tom taught Literature and Applied Linguistics in universities in Africa, the United States and England before becoming a Departmental Head at the National Foundation for Educational Research in Slough. While there he encountered the House of the Open Door Community which he and his family joined in 1982. 

For other “The Road to Freedom” sessions” this year, see The Road to Freedom

All days will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact us by email or phone – see Contact Us

The Road to Freedom: Preparing for Pentecost

 

Jesus said:

“If you make the Word of God your home, you will come to know the truth – and the truth will set you free”.

 

Would you like to develop a practical approach to reading the complete Bible?

Would you like to find daily spiritual nourishment through reading the Gospels and Psalms in a systematic way? 

Are you interested in learning about an approach to reflecting with others on passages of Scripture relevant to the liturgical seasons of the Christian year; and in learning from the example of great pastors about how to meditate on the Word of God, that is – how that is to “make the Word of God your home”.

Come and See, and find an approach that is relevant to your own individual walk with the Lord.

The title for this meeting is Preparing for Pentecost. The bible study meeting will be led by Tom Gorman MA(Oxon), Ph.D. Tom taught Literature and Applied Linguistics in universities in Africa, the United States and England before becoming a Departmental Head at the National Foundation for Educational Research in Slough. While there he encountered the House of the Open Door Community which he and his family joined in 1982. 

For other “The Road to Freedom” sessions this year, see The Road to Freedom

All days will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact us by email or phone – see Contact Us

Stillness – Quiet Day 2018

 

“He leads me beside still waters”

(Psalm 23:2)

 

We invite you to take time out of the busyness and pressures of everyday life… 

Enter into the peace and stillness of reflection and silence, in this day of reflection led by Margaret Wade, a spiritual director and retreat leader.

The day will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact Lynda by email or phone – see Contact Us

For other “Stillness” Quiet Days this year, see Stillness – Quiet Days – 2018

 

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Summer Season – Quiet Day

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens”

(Ecclesiastes 3:1)

 

Stop awhile in whichever season you find yourself to spend time with God, to be encouraged, refreshed, and strengthened to continue on your journey with Him. 

The day will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact Lynda by email or phone – see Contact Us

For other “Seasons” Quiet Days this year, see Seasons – Quiet Days

Spring Season – Quiet Day

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens”

(Ecclesiastes 3:1)

 

Stop awhile in whichever season you find yourself to spend time with God, to be encouraged, refreshed, and strengthened to continue on your journey with Him.

The day will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact Lynda by email or phone – see Contact Us

For other “Seasons” Quiet Days this year, see Seasons – Quiet Days

Winter Season – Quiet Day

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens”

(Ecclesiastes 3:1)

 

Stop awhile in whichever season you find yourself to spend time with God, to be encouraged, refreshed, and strengthened to continue on your journey with Him. 

The day will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact Lynda by email or phone – see Contact Us

For other “Seasons” Quiet Days this year, see Seasons – Quiet Days

Autumn Season – Quiet Day

Then I will send rain on your land in its season, both autumn and spring rains, so that you may gather in your grain, new wine and olive oil.” 

(Deut. 11:14)

 

Stop awhile in whichever season you find yourself to spend time with God, to be encouraged, refreshed, and strengthened to continue on your journey with Him.

The day will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact Lynda by email or phone – see Contact Us

For other “Seasons” Quiet Days next year, see Seasons – Quiet Days

Stillness – Quiet Day

 

“He leads me beside still waters”

(Psalm 23v.2)

 

We invite you to take time out of the busyness and pressures of everyday life… 

Enter into the peace and stillness of reflection and silence, in this day of reflection led by Margaret Wade, a spiritual director and retreat leader.

The day will be from 10am – 4pm, and the suggested contribution is £25 per person, which will include refreshments and lunch.

For booking details please contact Lynda by email or phone – see Contact Us

For other “Stillness” Quiet Days this year, see Stillness – Quiet Days

 

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