On March 9th, the school will be running the first ‘Journey Through Brokenness’ pilot in County Durham, UK, exploring the theme together through creative workshops, music and mindfulness, as well as a physical walk to the ruins of a priory. Here we will symbolically restore and re-imagine the broken altars that bring hope to a weary land when we choose to walk the ancient pathways together. We look forward to sharing this experience with you.Continue reading “Journeying Through Brokenness”
We give thanks for the joy of collaboration and for the gifted teams who have been working on the St Oswald Easter Workshop materials and re-imagined Easter Sunday.
We pray that these resources will encourage us to engage with stories, unleash creativity and unlock new gifts that will surprise and delight us.
For Easter Sunday, we are inviting everyone to choose their own pilgrimage journey, either through a video we are producing or through a physical pilgrimage on Holy Island itself. We are taking in the stories and places on Holy Island that connect most with our own ‘lived’ experiences, so that hopefully our vows become more personal and poignant.