‘Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest’. Mark 6:31
You are welcome to come and join us in St. Peter’s Place, Fishbourne Church Hall, (2 miles west of Chichester), PO19 3XT, for a morning of rest, quiet and spiritual reflection between 10.00am and 12.15pm on any or all of the 4th Tuesdays in 2018. The theme this year is ‘WHOLENESS’.
Elaine Waddington, spiritual accompanier, “Taken, Blessed, Broken and Given”
The Rev Philip Roderick, Founder of The Quiet Garden Movement: “Resting in a garden. After the activity, the pause. See what is growing. Celebrate the senses. Wait on the presence of God”. Bring & Share lunch after.
Toby Boutle, Curate St George’s Whyke, “Contemplation and Wholeness in Daily Life”
Sue Loveday, musician & teacher “A feather on the breath of God – exploring prayer through movement”.
Sue Riddell, spiritual accompanier & storyteller
Sue Hyland: “Coming to our senses: the wonder of who we are”
Jane Russell, spiritual accompanier
Max Millett spiritual director
Chris Bemrose, Member of L’Arche and Social Sculptor. ‘Wholeness: Integrating what is excluded from the centre’
Sit either inside the Hall or outside in the churchyard, becoming aware of the rhythm of your breathing, being present to the presence of God; or walk through the water meadows, either towards Chichester Harbour or beside the stream to the village with its duck-pond and high reeds.
If you would like further information, please contact Jane on 01243-776223 or Sue on 01243-784983
The Quiet Garden at Fishbourne is affiliated to The Quiet Garden Trust www.quietgarden.org
Created by The Reverend Philip Roderick in 1992, it is one of over 300 Quiet Gardens worldwide.