Sadly due to Coronavrius all meetings have been cancelled until further notice.
Jesus said, ‘Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest’. Mark 6:31
You are welcome to come and join us in St Peter’s Place, Fishbourne Church Hall, (two miles west of Chichester), for a morning of rest, quiet and spiritual reflection between 10am and 12.15pm on any of the 4th Tuesdays in 2019.
Always an enriching morning, all are welcome.
The theme for 2020 is ‘Attuning to Life’.
MARCH 24 Elaine Waddington. Spiritual Accompanier ‘When the Roses Speak’
APRIL 28 The Reverand Canon David Parker ‘Sailing through Life’
MAY 26 Revd. Dr Alison Green, Chichester University Chaplain
JUNE 23 Sue Loveday, Musician and Teacher ‘The Word Became Flesh and
Stepped into our Shoes’
JULY 28 Sue Riddell, Storyteller & Spiritual Accompanier ‘Live the Journey’
AUGUST 25 Sue Hyland, Teacher & Musician
SEPTEMBER 22 Revd. Canon Dr. Daniel Inman, Chancellor at Chichester Cathedral
OCTOBER 27 The Reverand Sarah Manouch ‘Steps, some up and some down’
NOVEMBER 24 Max Millett, Spiritual Director & Retreat Leader ‘What the Trees Say’
Following a diverse and inspirational year during which we had a visit from the founder of the worldwide Quiet Garden Movement, Philip Roderick, we are looking forward to another varied programme which provides, for just a couple of hours, a real chance for some spiritual refreshment.
‘There was a garden in the place where Jesus was crucified, and in the garden there was a new tomb in which… they laid Jesus. Early on first day of the week … Mary Magdalene came to the tomb. … supposing Jesus to be the gardener, she said .. ‘Tell me where you have laid him … He said to her ‘Mary?’’ (John 19:41 & John 20: 1,15,16)
‘I am in love with this world. I have nestled lovingly in it. I have climbed its mountains, roamed its forests, sailed its waters, crossed its deserts, felt the sting of its frosts, te oppression of its heats, the drench of its rains, the fury of its winds, and always have beauty and joy waited upon my goings and comings’. (John Burroughs, 1837-1921, American conservationist and author)
Every meeting will be different, yet have the same content, to enable us at some point to walk through the water meadows, near Chichester Harbour or beside the stream to the duck-pond and high reeds, wander through the church and churchyard or simply sit in the grounds of St. Peter’s Place, our church hall and enjoy the rural landscape. It will always provide a time of coming together to hear reflections on the theme from the speaker of the month, have time to ponder and simply be, and reflect at the end of the morning before returning to our busy lives.
Refreshments, books and craft materials are available to help yourself.
A donation of £5 is suggested to cover expenses.
If you would like more information contact Sue on 01243-784983 or Jane on 01243-776223