Daily Readings during May

In May we will be using two sets of readings each day. Morning prayer will be Contemplative Awareness which is taken from the Eata readings in Celtic Daily Prayer Book 2. These readings will also be shown on our website. In our online retreats, our evening prayer will be Celtic Pathways Through The Valley Of Decision which are the […]


Sadly, following the national Government lockdown restrictions implemented in January, we have made the decision not to re-open Nether Springs until after Easter for three Inner/Outer Pilgrimages per month (God-willing, and government tier-restrictions allowing). Clearly, should the situation change, we will publish updates on the Retreats landing page on the Monastic Living blog and also on the […]

2021 Retreat Programme now available and Bookings open

Our January 2021 – June 2021 programme of retreats, both and Nether Springs and online, is now available. Details can be viewed and retreats booked at our School for Monastic Living. If you have any queries, or are unable to book online, then please call the Nether Springs Office on 01670 787645. The office will […]

Christmas Posting Dates for Online Orders

Please note that the final dates for online orders to be posted from Nether Springs in time for Christmas are: Europe: Wednesday 16 December UK (second class): Friday 18 December UK (first class): Monday 21 December

Retreats at Nether Springs

Nether Springs is currently closed for retreats. However please do keep checking the website for updates over the next 10 days as we are looking to publish information on further Inner and Outer Pilgrimage retreats at Nether Springs as well as online retreats from around mid January 2020.

Scripture Readings for December

This month, our main readings will be from Eata – ‘Deeper Magic’ from page 1600 in Celtic Daily Prayer – Book Two.  They are taken from the works of George MacDonald, C.S. Lewis and Madeleine L’Engle. George MacDonald (1824-1905) was a Scottish author, poet and Christian minister. His writings, which draw deeply on the indigenous […]

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