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A Spring Quiet Day to stop, reflect and pray...

Saturday 11th March, 9:45 am — 2:30 pm at St Mary's Convent, Wantage.

Open to everyone!

Outline of the day
10 am Eucharist in St Mary's chapel, followed by coffee
11am Talk given by Sr. Elizabeth Jane on imaginative prayer — Time to enjoy the grounds, read, rest, draw, paint ...
12:30 pm Short service in the chapel — Lunch — soup / rolls and a fresh fruit platter
2:15 pm Closing liturgy — Optional tea and cake before heading home

The price for the day is £15 including lunch and all refreshments.

To book a place or if you have any questions please email me at janekent@talktalk.net
or phone me 01235 765421

Jane

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