Time with God at the end of the weekend for reflective time and prayer. Starting the 14th February at 6pm the theme is the theme will be 'Love' / new beginnings with Cathy Hawkins, LLM. Every Second Sunday at 6 p.m. for 40m
The next book club in in the 3rd February, on then alternate Wednesdays via Zoom. We are reading The Shack, a novel by William P Young in January. in February we are reading The Hidden Gospel by Neil Douglas Klotz. ISBN 0-8356-0780-1
Join the Hermitage Team on Sunday 17th February at 11am on Zoom for the Sunday next before Lent service. This year, the Hermitage Team have put together a package of Lent offerings that will be on Zoom, to keep everyone safe. Starting on Ash Wednesday on 17th February, there will be an online service at 10am, followed by the Lent Courses, Lent Lunches and Morning Prayer and Compline.
You can download the full schedule here: https://www.hermitage-team.org.uk/page/110/lent-2021
Wednesday 10 March 2021, Wednesday 24 March 2021, Wednesday 07 April 2021, Wednesday 21 April 2021, Wednesday 05 May 2021, Wednesday 19 May 2021, Wednesday 02 June 2021, Wednesday 16 June 2021, Wednesday 30 June 2021 at 7:30 p.m. for 31m
Have you ever wondered about learning to meditate?
The health benefits are well documented:
Reduces stress and helps reduces anxiety. … Promotes Emotional Health. ... Enhances Self-Awareness. ... Lengthens Attention Span. ... May Reduce Age-Related Memory Loss. ... Can Generate Kindness. ... But meditation has its origins in spirituality and the search for God
The World Community for Christian Meditation says this of Meditation, sometimes also called Contemplative Prayer or Centring Prayer:
“The important aim in Christian meditation is to allow God’s mysterious and silent presence within us to become more and more not only a reality but the reality which gives meaning, shale and purpose to everything we do, everything we are”. For more information please contact Revd Sue Webster (07817408297) or Judith Denny ([email protected])