Part of a series of six evening meetings intended to let you broaden your horizons and to reflect further on some of the spiritual matters which impinge on us all. Coffee from 7.00pm.
This evening’s talk:
“Living a Contemplative Monastic life”
With Revd Canon Professor James Woodward
What is the history of Anglican religious orders, particularly enclosed monastic communities?
What does lifelong spiritual work mean for a Nun?
What is the place of silence and contemplation in the Christian life?
(James Woodward is the Principal of Sarum College and has for over 30 years been a Priest Associate of an enclosed Anglican Contemplative Community where he makes regular silent retreats.)