‘The Changing Clock’ with Carolyn Howard – In a time of changing seasons, there is always much to reflect upon. In the past 12-18 months there has been much change. Using a ‘changing clock’ creative activity and the Eata Liturgy, we will journey together with Christ from the last supper with his disciples through to his resurrection, reflecting upon the joys and challenges of the past year and a half and considering what God might be showing us about ourselves and how we might be available to others in the times we are living in now.
Please visit the Short Input Retreat section of our School for Monastic Living website for further details or to book.
Suggested donations: as a registered charity, The Northumbria Community Trust does not ask for a set fee to cover the cost of a retreat. Instead, we invite donations to support the life and work of the wider Community as a whole.
Many retreatants welcome a suggestion as to what might be an appropriate donation. This is always a difficult question to answer. However, for your guidance, the suggested donation is indicated against each retreat in the programme. We ask that you make as generous a donation as is possible without risking hardship. Through the work of the Community, the generosity of those who can afford more will benefit those who have less. As the weekly and monthly costs of running the Community are substantial, we would greatly value your integrity and generosity in this regard.
Event type: Creativity & Interests, Nether Springs Retreat