We will explore Creation and creativity. It is for those of us new to spiritual journaling and those wanting to explore different ways of expressing our ideas imaginatively using writing and various art forms.
We will use The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in discussion and reflection to go more deeply into Narnia, exploring the literary and theological riches of Lewis’ work.
The Revelations of this fourteenth century woman are theologically very rich. We shall look at her key ideas on the nature of sin, the hope of universal salvation and especially her writings on Christ as mother.
One of the great figures of Christian English mysticism lived down the road in Thurgarton in the 14th century. Through silent reflection and shared conversation we will explore Hilton’s influential teachings.
This is a creative and reflective retreat day in quiet based on the characters of the passion.