Gypsies and Travellers – A Community outside a Communi...
There are at least 300,000 Gypsies and Travellers in Britain (not counting the Roma) though the overwhelming majority never these days travel. Even so, their access to education and health services is poor. Though often struggling financially, they c...
22nd Sep @ 10.00am
Creative Spaces – A one day felting workshop with time...
The day will be a mixture of quiet spaces and creative wet-felting activities using coloured Merino wool and other fibres to make your own distinctive needle case and notebook cover. You will be able to work at your own pace but with ideas, teaching ...
28th Sep @ 10.00am
Back By Popular Demand! Enjoy a weekend of monastic hospitality and worship with the Community, including a visit to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. Participants are invited to bring along some railway-connected pictures, books or artefacts to...
Fri 28th Sep 2018
Autumn Individually Guided Retreat
IGR’s enable you to spend a week in personal prayer and reflection on scripture, sharing silence with the Community. The emphasis is on growing in the practice of discernment – finding God in all things. You will be able to meet each day ...
Sun 30th Sep 2018
7th Annual Walter Tapper Lecture
The Community of the Resurrection and the Mirfield Liturgical Institute present Space, People and Ritual: The first cathedral at Salisbury (Old Sarum) Lecturer: Dr John Harper Honorary Professor, University of Birmingham; Emeritus Professor, Bangor U...
2nd Oct @ 7.30pm
CSMV & CR Joint Retreat (Wantage)
Praying in God’s Creation CR has longstanding links with the Community of St Mary the Virgin, Wantage. In 2018 we are holding two joint retreats, one at Mirfield with Sr Elizabeth Jane CSMV and Br Philip CR and one at Wantage with Sr Stella CSMV an...
Fri 12th Oct 2018
Holy time to reflect as summer gives way to autumn, with the help of music by some of the great composers. Leader: Br Philip CR The cost for this retreat is £125
Fri 12th Oct 2018
Blue Planet, Blue God: The Bible and the Sea
The ocean dominates the surface of the earth and is in the pages of the Bible too. The Bible offers a view of the sea and the life it supports which affirms its intrinsic value to God as a good, and indeed essential, part of creation. At the same t...
13th Oct @ 10.00am
Full of Character: Educating the Digital Generation for a Hu...
The Speaker writes: ‘Full of Character: Educating the Digital Generation for a Humane Future takes the idea that education needs to anticipate an age when automation is going to affect the job market in potentially devastating ways. It also challen...
16th Oct @ 2.00pm
Digging into the Psalms – Clergy Retreat
Wonderful and alien, the Psalms are sometimes balm to the soul and at other times more hard work than we would care for. Here we explore ways to enable them to grow as our daily bread. Leader: Fr George CR
Mon 22nd Oct 2018
Exploring Silence Workshop
We all have times when our prayer feels dry or it’s difficult to be attentive to God. And often we can struggle to know why God seems to have become silent. This experiential workshop will help you to explore how silence can deepen your relationshi...
27th Oct @ 10.00am
All Saints-tide Retreat – The Way Of The Heart
For the last eighteen years Simon has been Richard’s spiritual director and during this time they have met regularly at The Community of the Resurrection to reflect on many different aspects of life and prayer and responding to the world in whi...
Fri 2nd Nov 2018
Understanding Love and Power
‘One of the greatest problems of history is that the concepts of love and power are usually contrasted as polar opposites…what is needed is a realisation that power without love is reckless and abusive and that love without power is senti...
3rd Nov @ 10.00am
This week revives something of a tradition at the Community. Once known as ‘sin week’ it is open to all, and offers a chance to find out about making and hearing confessions in the Church of England, and ways of understanding the practice. We ...
Mon 12th Nov 2018
Armistice Centenary Retreat
Into the Way of Peace How does a Christian live in a world where there are ‘wars and rumours of wars’? World War l and the century which followed is arguably the most dramatic era in human history. We will use poetry, art, cinema and popu...
Fri 23rd Nov 2018