Saturday 21 January 2023
10am to 4pm at Sacrista Prebend Retreat House
This day of silent reflection will use themes from African Christianity to encourage and challenge us to think about our own ways of expressing our faith in the God and Father of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
We will use music and visuals to help us in our journey, and end with a celebration of the Holy Eucharist using the liturgy of the Anglican Church in Kenya.
Adrian Chatfield is a West Indian priest-theologian who has worked in the Dioceses of Trinidad and Tobago, Christ the King South Africa and in various English contexts. His main focus in ministry and teaching is prayer and spirituality, with special interests in Afro-Caribbean Christianity and faith and the arts.
‘The image’ Adrian says, ‘is evocative for me of a faith journey, and is the original road up the Sani Pass into Lesotho through the Drakensberg. We were privileged to be taken up the road, to the highest pub in Africa on the top.’
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