Final date for order to be posted to you for Christmas is Friday 16 December. Don’t leave your Christmas orders to the last moment!
The Community Easter 2016 resource, entitled Into a Desert Place, provides a way of exploring the Cuthbert liturgy. This was created for us by Anita Haigh and, although it was used by many of our Friends and Companions at Easter, it can also be used for reflection at any time of the year.
In February 2016 Roy Searle spoke on Monastic Practices and the Missio Dei at the Inspiration Conference: Monastic and Missional at Zwolle, The Netherlands. Attached is the text of Roy’s lecture.
In June 2015 a gunman entered an African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina and shot dead nine people. Ben Tucker has written a song, Charleston, for the families of the Charleston Nine, whose choice to forgive reminds us that hate won’t win. Ben, who lives in the USA, has also written some of the music on […]
Charles Ringma, TSSF and a Companion of the Community, delivered three talks at the 2015 National Conference in Sydney Australia: A Long Obedience In The Same Direction Contemplation in a World of Action The God of Life’s Transitions
Northumbria community week at Scargill House, Kettlewell, Yorkshire Dales. October 5th – 9th 2015 Join Roy Searle, and Duncan and Lesley MacLean as we reflect on the prayer, ‘Give me the faith to leave old ways and break fresh ground with you’. Can we trust God for our tomorrow’s and journey from the familiar into the […]
We have the latest in the series of wonderful materials created for us by Anita Haigh, which can be used around Easter weekend itself and also as material for Community Groups and for reflection at any time of the year. This year’s book is called ‘Journeying with Brigid’ and is an excellent resource not only […]
We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all of you who engaged in prayer about the Scottish independence referendum, whether through the 40 days of prayer in the referendum prayer guide, by joining us in Edinburgh and Linlithgow or simply by holding the situation before God in your own way and your own home. […]
David Pott, Companion of the Community, who lives with his wife Pam on the Isle of Arran has been very involved in prayer walks and peace and reconciliation initiatives. He has also been involved in a project to highlight and build upon the special connections between the two nations of Scotland and Jamaica. Flag Up Scotland […]
Here is an excellent Community resource, enabling us to Journey with Caedmon over this Easter period. We’re using the Caedmon liturgy as a focus for reflection and discussion, and to stimulate our creativity. Many Community Friends & Companions have contributed poems, songs, and other creative ideas to help us in our exploration. Please do download and […]