Catherine Askew reflects on lifelines for hard times..
From the Leadership
Catherine Askew reflects on our core teaching of Alone Together
After much exploration of how to open in a way that protects the safety Nether Springs guests and team during this pandemic, it seems that a way in the wilderness has appeared.
We are delighted to be extending Nether Springs hospitality again from October. We have designed Monday (pm) -Friday (am) retreats that allow for space at Nether Springs to be with God in the cell of your own heart and room for the inner-pilgrimage. Also, we will provide resources to help those on retreat to explore the rich Christian heritage of Northumbria through outer, physical pilgrimage to nearby Celtic Sites (though transportation can’t be provided). The Nether Springs Chapel, Poustinia, Labyrinth, gardens and woods and local country and coastal walks are available to all guests and provide time with God in Creation and space for the inner-outer pilgrimage as well.
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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.