Contextual Theology in an Indian Context: lessons for Bradfo...
Free Open Lecture All are welcome to this as part of the St Hild Missional Theology in Global Context Module. Hosted by the College of the Resurrection and St Hild College in partnership with the Mirfield Centre. Wednesday 5th February 2020 3.00pm-5....
5th Feb @ 3.00pm
‘Seeing Temptation’ – Pre-Lent Clergy Retr...
A look at temptation in art and poetry as we approach the season of Lent. This is a preached retreat conducted by Fr. John Gribben CR
10th Feb @ Arrival from 3pm
Thriving (not just surviving!) through change
Thriving (not just surviving!) through change Led by Bishop Chris Edmondson Friday 21st – Sunday 23rd February 2020 The cost of this retreat is £140 It is a fact of life that everything changes. So how do we navigate our way ...
21st Feb @ Arrivals from 3pm
Journey into Lent Retreat
A weekend in preparation for the Penitential Season, using scripture, readings from St. Luke’s gospel and selected writings of Fr Benson SSJE Retreat conductor: Br Steven CR
28th Feb @ Arrival from 3pm
Confession is Good for the Soul
The Anglican adage about making your Confession is ‘All may, none must, some should’. But we know how good it feels when we get something off our chest, when we have had the chance to say sorry to someone. But it can go deeper than this. This day...
29th Feb @ 10.00am
Missional Theology in a Secular Age
Open Lecture Drawing on the work of Charles Taylor All are welcome to this as part of the St Hild Missional Theology in Global Context Module. Hosted by the College of the Resurrection and St Hild College in partnership with the Mirfield Centre. Wedn...
11th Mar @ 3.00pm
Lent Evenings – Mad, Mad Men and Wild, Wild Women
A look at the desert fathers and mothers What was it that sent Christians into the desert to become ascetics around the third century, to live in holy isolation, occasionally in communities, however loosely structured? How might they have seen this a...
17th Mar @ 7.30pm
Creative Spaces Retreat
A creative weekend retreat offering time and space for rest and reflection alongside the rhythm of the Community with an opportunity to join them in daily prayer. We will explore the exciting processes involved in 3-dimensional wet-felting. The wee...
20th Mar @ Arriving from 3pm
Aspects of the Cross: A Quiet Day for Passiontide
A day in preparation for Easter looking at the symbolism and significance of the different ways in which the cross has been depicted in nearly 2,000 years. The day will allow time for quiet reflection, meditation and prayer, and will conclude with a...
3rd Apr @ 10.00am
Holy Week Experience
Holy Week at the College and Community of the Resurrection is a powerful and moving celebration of the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Beginning our journey on the eve of Palm Sunday, we live together through the experience of Holy...
4th Apr @ Evening of Palm Sunday
Byzantine Icon Painting Retreat. Fully Booked
*****This retreat is now full**** This five day workshop will be woven into the prayerful fabric of the Monastery’s daily offices. Participants will learn the traditional and ancient techniques of the Byzantine Masters, including ‘...
14th Apr @ 10.00am
‘Choosing Life’ Retreat
Choices face us within our relationships, work, and ministry. Sometimes we are aware of a specific choice that is ours to make; at other times what we recognise is the need for change, without seeing where this leads us. Sometimes events jolt us out ...
20th Apr @ Arrival from 3 pm
Reflective Day based on the work of Sieger Koder
Further details to follow Day led by Dr Gemma Simmonds CJ Saturday 25th April 2020 10.00am-3.30pm £23.00 includes lunch and refreshments
25th Apr @ 10.00am
Spring Individually Guided Retreat
You will spend a week in personal prayer and reflection on scripture, sharing silence and meals with the Community. There are no addresses as in other retreats. Rather, each person, meeting daily with an experienced guide, follows their own path as i...
26th Apr @ Arrival from 3pm on first day.
Monasticism and Non-Belief
A day exploring how monasticism and contemporary forms of non-religious belief can better understand and learn from one another. In our contemporary secular age, monasticism can seem a thing of the past and even irrelevant to present day concerns, bu...
8th Jun @ 10.00am