What do our online retreats look like?
As well as daily input, retreatants will have the opportunity to join in with our daily offices, so that the ongoing prayer rhythms can hold the space for us to be transformed through our encounters with God. And we also have twice-daily ‘kettle on’ spaces, hosted by members of our Welcome and Hospitality team, as valuable ‘places of informal connection’ for those who would like to join in.
Retreat materials will be made available from retreat-specific landing pages and include downloads of key documents, video and audio links.
Unless otherwise noted, these retreats are run on a UK timezone (GMT – standard time or BST – daylight saving time). Generally, they begin at 7:30pm on Monday or Friday evening and end by 7:00pm on Thursday or Sunday evening.
1. Individually Guided Retreats
We are pleased to be able to offer Individually Guided Retreats online. These retreats are suitable for anyone who is interested in exploring God more deeply, on a personal level and include three, one-to-one sessions with a retreat guide, alongside our monastic rhythms. And we also have twice-daily ‘kettle on’ spaces, hosted by members of our Welcome and Hospitality team, as valuable ‘places of informal connection’ for those who would like to join in. Further details and a link to a booking form are below:
20 – 23 March – Seeking God at the Crossroads – This is what the LORD says, ‘Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.’ – Jeremiah 6:16. A chance to reflect on life-transitions with someone who will listen with you to God’s work at the crossroads. You may also, of course, choose to explore other themes with your retreat guide.
PLEASE REGISTER YOUR INTEREST FOR THE IGR ABOVE BY CLICKING ON THE BUTTON BELOW
A suggested donation would be £150 – £180 for this four-day retreat. If you are a UK tax payer, please do consider ‘gift-aiding’ your donation. See information on suggested donations and deposits under ‘Finance’ on the Online Retreat Programme page.
What happens after you have registered your interest?
You should receive an email within a few days, which will indicate whether or not there is a place available. In that email we will request a non-refundable deposit be made to confirm your booking. Once your deposit has been received, your place will be confirmed.
Then, about a week before the retreat starts, you will receive further details, which will include a link to a special landing page for your retreat. This will contain all of the information that you will need: including a programme outline, zoom link and resources.