Quiet Garden Day

A Quiet Garden Day in the surroundings of the grounds of the Community of the Resurrection.  Further details to follow

Tuesday 2nd July 2019

Led bySister Stella CSMV

£22.00

(including lunch and refreshments)

10.00am-3.30pm

Sacrifice and Salvation: A Quiet Day in preparation for Eastertide

Sacrifice is no longer part of our world; we find the whole idea alien and repulsive but it is fundamental to the human imagination; to the relationship between earth and heaven, between humanity and the divine. A concept woven into our worship, hymns, liturgies, and prayers, especially as we approach Good Friday and Easter. Without it, the Christian gospel of salvation is lost.. How does it help us to understand the historical fact that lies at the heart of the Christian faith, the cross of Christ? And how might it enrich our understanding of the person of Christ and the work of salvation?

Friday April 12th 2019

10.00am-3.30pm

Revd Canon Dr Loveday Alexander

£22.00 including lunch

To book or for more details, contact:

Beth Harper, The Mirfield Centre, Stocks Bank Road, Mirfield, WF14 0BW

Tel: 01924 481920 e-mail: bharper@mirfield.org.uk www.mirfield.org.uk

Administrator: Beth Harper

Poster Sacrifice and Salvation 12.04.2019

 

“Arise, shine for your light has come” – listening to Isaiah in Advent

A Quiet Day focusing on the purpose of the Church’s Year with special reference to Advent and listening to the voice of Isaiah in our Advent readings.

 Saturday 8th December 2018

10.00am-3.30pm

Bishop John Flack

£22.00 including lunch

Advent QD 08.12.2018 poster

Advent QD 08.12.2018

To book or for more details, contact:

Beth Harper, The Mirfield Centre, Stocks Bank Road, Mirfield, WF14 0BW

Tel: 01924 481920 e-mail: bharper@mirfield.org.uk www.mirfield.org.uk

Director: Revd Canon June Lawson        Administrator: Beth Harper

Quiet Day

Led by Henriette Howarth
Further details to follow

 

Quiet Garden Day

This Quiet Garden Day in early summer will take it’s cue from the orchard in the surroundings of the gardens of the Community of the Resurrection, and offer a reflection on the mystery of both growing and failing with Christ.