Thursday, July 9: 9.30am – 3.30pm
led by Revd Jane Horton
“Gathering up the fragments that remain” – Mark 6:30-44
The day will begin and end with a simple act of worship and input will be offered at various points during the morning and afternoon (all via Zoom). There will be plenty of opportunity both to spend time in quiet prayer on your own (perhaps using Ignatian Imaginative Contemplation or Lectio Divina) and to share the fruits of your prayer with others if you wish, maybe enjoy a prayer walk … Nothing is compulsory!
In the midst of all this coronavirus season busyness, weariness, ongoing strangeness and discombobulating, constantly shifting guidelines, my hope and prayer is that this will be a gentle day to draw breath in God’s presence and be blessed, refreshed and encouraged.
Please email me if you are interested (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will send you a Zoom invite.
Alternatively, if you would prefer to use the material on your own at another time, then do let me know and I shall email it to you in due course.
There is also the potential to run the ‘virtual’ version of this Quiet Day again, if people would like to share the experience with others, but cannot make July 9.
NB Although this is an invitation for clergy in the first instance, it’s a day that could very easily be run for those in lay leadership if there’s enough interest.
Ensuring that children and young people as well as adults are kept safe whilst in our care in an integral part of our diocese life.