« All Events
Grounded in the liturgy of Ash Wednesday, we will use paintings, poetry, Scripture, conversation, contemplative practice and silence to explore the mystery of the Cross. Themes will include: the suffering servant; forgiveness of sin; the Kingdom; receiving the mystery of our own being.
The Revd Jenny Ellis (Teste Valley and Kennet Circuit) – is a Methodist Minister who has worked as an advisor for spirituality for the Connexional Methodist Church & has MA’s in Christian Spirituality and Christianity & the Arts. She has attended Richard Rohr’s Living School and is also a mindfulness teacher.
Cost: £35 to include lunch and refreshments
Click here to download a 2020 Booking Form
Thank you for a wonderful afternoon tea. ”
Oasis, Christ Church - Jul 2018
Thank you for having us! Great stay, lovely garden and helpful staff. See you again next year. ”
Vacation Project, Lincoln College Oxford - Aug 2018
The success of the weekend was helped ... by the quality of the accommodation ... the generous provision of our food but perhaps most of all the staff ”
Bereaved dads' weekend Nov 2018
This has been a wonderful caring time. Thank you St Katharine's staff team. ”
NW & JT, Marlow - Oct 2018
Thank you so much for everything that you and your team did for our family yesterday. Everything went so smoothly and everyone said what a wonderful venue St Katharine's was both in terms of food and venue.
Your team were absolutely outstanding and made the day very easy for us. ”
CM - Feb 2020