Saturday 21 May 2022
10am to 4pm at Sacrista Prebend Retreat House
This event has been cancelled.
Using the analogy of God’s people as pilgrims, we will use the hymn “Guide me, O thou great Redeemer” to explore the theme of our Christian life as a journey. We will reference the story of the Israelites travelling to the Promised Land and look at the relevance of their journey to our own.
We will prayerfully consider the theme of own pilgrim journeys, and participants will be supported to engage in prayerful hand stitching, using a variety of fabrics, buttons, beads and embellishments whilst reflecting on God our guide.
All materials will be provided.
Course leader: Karen Herrick is a freelance artist-educator, delivering creative sessions for wellbeing across many sectors of the community.
She enjoys enabling and inspiring others to be creative, facilitating connections through creativity and contemplation-combining teaching skills with her Christian faith and love of colour & textiles.
She has worked with the New Wine Arts Team, Spring Harvest, WORTH charity, churches, and several retreat houses across the country.
Karen stitches stories of faith in textile art and writes a (mostly) monthly blog “Sanctuary in Stitch”, journaling her spiritual journey in stitch.
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