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Retreats

Reflect organised events

All are welcome at these Reflect retreats:

 22 May or 24 May 2021

Reflect Quiet morning: Aldersgate

 via Zoom

Rev Judith Jessop

A Warmed Heart
What did it mean to John Wesley? What significance might it have for us?

 chair@reflectretreats.co.uk

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 09 Jul - 11 Jul 2021

Reflect Southern Retreat

CANCELLED

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 06 Nov 2021

Annual General Meeting

Further details to follow.

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 09 Nov - 11 Nov 2021

Reflect Northern Retreat: Living the Way

 The Briery, Ilkley

Revd Dr Roger Walton

Explore a Methodist Way of Life, its roots in the Bible and Methodist history and, most importantly, what it means in everyday life.

Cost £220

Further information contact Rev Sandie Exley-Watts.

 01924 678431

 sandie@exleywatts.me.uk

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Retreats organised by other groups

The following events have not been organised by Reflect retreats:

 07 Nov - 12 Nov 2021

Waiting on the Word

 Cliff College, Derbyshire

Dr. Malcolm Guite and Sister Margaret Crinyion OSM

A full Five-Day Community focussing on poetry and images for the Advent season. Our two presenters will be Dr. Malcolm Guite, well-known contemporary poet (and much else besides) and Sister Margaret Crinyion OSM a Roman Catholic nun who lives as a hermit.

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Christian Retreats created & led by Donna Worthington

All retreats are an invitation to be rejuvenated and affirmed in faith, to know Christ better and to open up sacred space in order to listen to the Holy Spirit and experience a living spirituality that consoles, challenges and inspires. Varied methods enable Christians to deepen their own discipleship and travel on in their faith journeys (presentation, theological discussion, stillness, prayer, creative sessions, images, music etc).

Currently, Donna is offering retreats via Zoom. For more details of all retreats, see Christian Retreats led by Donna Worthington

The Five-Day Community for Spiritual Formation

Aims, through a programme of teaching, silence, worship and reflection, based on a Benedictine monastic pattern, to root spirituality in Christian faith and tradition, provide opportunity for participation in community life and form people for life in a changing world.

Further details on the 5 day Community for Spiritual Formation website


More events can be found at the Retreat Association


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