Join Brian Draper for a Quiet Day at the Wigwam centre, where the theme of ‘Autumn’ will be explored using the poetry of John Keats’, the beauty of the autumn countryside and Wigwam’s delightful open-air labyrinth.
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We are pleased to announce that the Rt Revd John Stroyan, Bishop of Warwick, has been appointed as our new President.
Bishop John succeeds the Rt Revd Christopher Chessun, Bishop of Southwark, who came to the end of his term of office at the end of 2016.
APR member Rosey Feuell is pleased to offer her services as a retreat leader to individuals, groups, parishes and retreat centres. Rosey is regularly available in London, Cambridgeshire and beyond to lead courses or offer spiritual direction.
One Tuesday each month between 11am and 4pm, Whitchester invites guests to experience our hospitality, house and grounds free of charge. Visitors are treated to a light lunch and afternoon tea, and invited to pray for the local area at 3.30pm. Please see the attached poster for dates of our open days in 2016
We hope to see you there!
APR’s Liz Baker talks to Shaun Lambert after the retreat he led for us at Old Alresford Place in October.
Watch video at YouTube (4’32”)
The Scottish Episcopal Church of All Saints in Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire is looking for visiting clergy who are interested in taking Sunday services in exchange for the use of the church cottage, sleeping up to 6 (adults and children) in a beautiful part of Scotland, for a suggested donation of £22 per day.
If interested, in the first instance please contact Revd Liz Baker: 01796 72005
Troodos Hills, Cyprus
Katafiyio is open the whole year and welcomes anyone who would wish to come away from regular life to stop, listen, relax and pray on an Individually Guided Retreat. Each IGR is tailor made to the individual.
Visits can be to suit the retreatant from one to eight overnight stays.
Donations invited, as suggested on our website.
Retreat ideas include Stations of the Cross, Seven Last Words, and Music themed Retreats, but other ideas considered.
Very happy to conduct Holy Week Retreats.
Has published liturgical Stations Beatitude Stations, Daily Prayer.