Some good news from our Mother House about re-opening our doors for a new-style retreat from mid-October 2020. Further information on our retreats at Nether Springs can be found HERE And our full programme – including our online retreats – is located HERE
Author: Sarah Hay
This week it is lovely to be with Norma and Norman Charlton, long-time Companions in Community, who live in Gateshead, just outside Newcastle-upon- Tyne, England. This evening’s reflection is taken from Celtic Daily Prayer Book 2 and the Eata readings for September, entitled ‘Celtic Footprints’. Tonight, we focus on a story connected to the the […]
This week we are delighted to join Tim Halpin and the rest of the folk at Nethergrove House, North Devon, for Evening Prayer. In September our main readings are from Colman, in CDP Book 2 and are on the theme of ‘Hospitality’. We are aware that, for many of us at the moment, hospitality might […]
Welcome to our Celtic Communion, filmed in the Lean-to Chapel at our Mother House – Nether Springs, near Felton, Northumberland. You may find it helpful to follow along with the liturgy found in Celtic Daily Prayer Book Two: Farther Up and Farther starting on page 973. You can download this particular Communion service sheet from […]
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Catherine Askew reflects on the experience of learning to be filed in a time of absence, as part of a new weekly series from the Leaders of Community.
From June onwards, we are able to offer a growing number of online retreats, starting with some Individually Guided Retreats. If you would be interested in finding out more, please visit our School for Monastic Living’s Retreats landing page If you. would like to sign up to receive email updates about these, as soon as […]
In these disorientating, difficult times and on the day that we have had to close our Mother House – Nether Springs – Catherine Askew outlines how keeping a monastic rhythm can help bring hope and meaning to our relationship with God and each other: alone, together.