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January 2019

£35 – £40

Winter Quiet Garden Day

January 26, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Holy Rood House, 10 Sowerby Road
Thirsk, YO7 1HX United Kingdom

Come and enjoy a day at the peaceful centre of Holy Rood House, a place that specialises in health and pastoral care. Its large garden offers a quiet, gentle healing space which includes a labyrinth, an orchard, goats and a walled garden with a pond.
Indoor spaces include a chapel that is centred in the garden, an art room, library and a chapel within a smaller garden – the Chapel of Sophia. The day will include lunch and hot drinks and will finish with tea and cake.

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February 2019


“The Freedom of Years” – Ageing in Perspective

February 1, 4:00 pm - February 3, 2:00 pm
Holy Rood House, 10 Sowerby Road
Thirsk, YO7 1HX United Kingdom

Ageing gives us the opportunity to deepen and even transform our spiritual lives. “The Freedom of Years” helps those who want to undertake the journey by examining the ageing task, the inevitable changes and the possibilities of joy along the way.

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April 2019


Churches in a Pluralist World: The Theological Legacy of John Neville Figgis CR (1866-1919)

April 2, 4:00 pm - April 4, 4:00 pm
The Mirfield Centre, Stocks Bank Road
Mirfield, WF14 0BW

Brilliant historian, political philosopher and theologian, J. N. Figgis CR was one of the great minds of the early twentieth century. He was also a lovable if slightly eccentric priest whose own scepticism helped him to understand the problems that other people had with belief, but whose sense of the absolute priority of God and the love of God lent rare power to his writing and preaching. Although Figgis died before the worst manifestations of twentieth-century totalitarianism, he was implacably…

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Sharing Hope in Crisis

April 6, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
St Stephen’s Neighbourhood Centre, 96 Annandale Road
Hull, HU9 4LA United Kingdom

This invaluable training opportunity will help prepare you to serve people in crisis, enhancing your existing ministry within your church and wider community.
Those with no previous training, as well as first responders, church leaders and others facing suffering people on a more regular basis should benefit from this seminar.

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