WMC: August 2019
Centre for Reflection at Aston Tirrold
The following are events being held at the centre in September and October. Various members of our church have been to events in the past and have enjoyed the experience.
SATURDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 10 — 3pm CREATIVE REPAIR WORKSHOP WITH REV DR ANNE HOLMES. Rev Holmes who has recently completed a professional doctorate in Practical Theology on the role of the creative arts in sustaining ministry, will lead us in the ideas around the concept and meditative experience of creative repair. Please bring any ongoing project e.g., knitting, sewing or craft work. Cost: £20 including light lunch.
SATURDAY 14 SEPTEMBER 10 — 4pm QUIET GARDEN TRUST DAY. Please join us for another quiet day at the Centre — time for reflection in the garden or to walk the footpaths in Aston Tirrold. Cost: £15 including light lunch.
SATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 10.30 — 12.30pm ECKHART TOLLE — IN THE PRESENCE OF A GREAT MYSTERY. Please join me to listen to the first part of this recording. In simple language and with quiet humour, Eckhart Tolle explores the profound mystery of who we are, presenting the problem we face as human beings particularly supporting who we think we are with endless thoughts and habitual patterns. Cost including light refreshments — donation.
SATURDAY 5 OCTOBER 10.30 — 12.30 ECKHART TOLLE — IN THE PRESENCE OF A GREAT MYSTERY. Please join me to listen to the second part of this recording.
Please book any of the above events through the Centre. 01235 850423;
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