Join us on 26th May for a reflective day which will focus on the theme of welcome: the welcome we have in God, the welcome we can offer one another and the welcome that is needed in our communities today. Our time together will include reflections on hospitality as a core practice for our everyday lives, space for silent prayer and storytelling.
Come if you want to explore fresh perspectives on creating a culture of inclusion at a time when our world is struggling with fear and difference. And come if you would simply like to rest in the welcome we all have in God.
The tranquil and comfortable Royal Foundation of St Katharine will be our home for the day, with access to their garden, lounge, library and chapel. Travel via Limehouse DLR, just 30 minutes away from our usual venue and close to the Thames Path for a pub drink by the river afterwards. Maps, directions and more details on the venue are available at www.rfsk.org.uk/directions
Coffee & pastries, lunch, afternoon tea and a reflection pack all included.
Saturday 26th May 2018, 10.30am for 11am to 5pm
Cost: £39 (£25 concessions) incl booking fee.
Thanks to some generous donations received, we are able to offer some Concession priced tickets - please email us at email@example.com if you would like a reduced price ticket for concessions.
Hosted by Kate Monkhouse and the Two:23 team.