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September 2018

Friday 7th September 201816:00The Harvest of our Lives
7th September 4.00pm - 9th September 2.00pm - £165

Led by Canon Veronica Hydon

A Creative weekend using a variety of art and craft materials to explore and celebrate different skills each of us have discovered, practised and developed during our lifetimes in a range work and leisure contexts, and sharing how God has blessed and encouraged us along the way.
This weekend will be contemplative as well as companionable. A time for greater appreciation of our own achievements as labourers in God's Harvest.

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Monday 10th September 201809:30 - 16:00Stop, Look and Listen Day
Led by the Revd Heather Carty

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Thursday 13th September 201810:00 - 12:30Let's Talk..
Let's Talk about Urban Issues

This session is open to all those who work in an urban parish or worship in an urban setting – what is the distinct nature of their experience and is there scope for co-operative working and a new way to see living faith in an urban setting – especially places facing multiple issues of disadvantage.

The events are free to attend, and include tea and cake but places must be booked in advance via Hannah Jones:         Tel: 01928 718834 Ext 271 
Friday 21st September 201816:00Celtic Treasures - Light from the past to inspire and illumi
21st September 4.00pm - 23rd September 2.00pm  £165

Led by the Revd Roy Searle

Celtic Christian spirituality was forged on the anvil of a changing world. Roy will explore treasures from the stories and traditions of the past that can bring hope, inspiration and light to our life and faith journeys in our changing contemporary church and world.

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Saturday 22nd September 201809:30 - 16:00Ministry at Work
How does our journey of discipleship find expression in the world of work?

Led by Mo Trudel

These days are designed to support people in the workplace to be effective for God and to encourage their spiritual development.

As Autumn sets in and we begin to think about winter we will use Rowan Williams book Being Disciples to review and refresh our faith together.
We are often the only Christians people at work may know, yet for most of us we give our best at work and then more in our church lives. Who is discipling, encouraging and renewing us?
This day will be a mix of studying core truths as set out by Rowan, walking and listening to God in nature and taking away a faith uplift to help "be" the Christian presence at work.
It will be useful for delegates to bring the Rowan Williams book Being Disciples, the essentials of the Christian life.

£27.50 - Includes lunch and refreshments
£50 for both days if booked at the same time.

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Thursday 27th September 201809:30 - 16:30Sitting by the Well
Led by Andrew Rudd - Chair of the Friends of Foxhill

The Retreat Association has commissioned a new icon of ‘The Woman at the Well’ which is touring Retreat houses throughout the country and will be on display in Foxhill from 17th - 30th September.

‘Sitting by the Well’ is a Quiet Day which will centre around the icon and the story it tells, with reflection, silence, pictures, poetry and music. Foxhill is built around a well, and is a place where many find deep refreshment and renewal.

£22.00pp including lunch and refreshments.
We are offering a reduced rate for Friends of Foxhill at £13.00pp including lunch and refreshments.

For booking forms or more information about the Friends of Foxhill please
or call: 01928 733777
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