Prayer & Contemplation
After a pause during lock-down, we are re-starting as follows:
A Quiet Place (In the eye of the storm)
Exploring the links between contemplation and resistance, between silence, solidarity and suffering.
Venue Holy Innocents, Fallowfield.
Scheduled Dates (2020) 23 September, 28 October, 25 November, 16 December
How do people struggling against injustice and violence – either in their personal lives or as activists in wider social movements – find support, solidarity and renewal? How do we encounter our own anger and that of others, without being overwhelmed?
Many faith traditions, including the Christian tradition of contemplative prayer, offer resources of silence and solidarity.
Simple Quiet Days
These days are intended to provide you with the space to “be” before God; to relax, reflect and pray and so to renew your spiritual resources. The space available will be kept as quiet as possible.
Unfortunately we are not able to hold the Saturday Simple Quiet Days in Church at present but we hope to gather resources for the website to share that may support our common efforts to pray and act in solidarity with those whose lives are most threatened in the crises that are affecting us all.
0161 224 0535
Manchester M14 6JZ
Sunday 10.00 Sung Eucharist
Monday 12 noon Eucharist
Thursday 19.30 Eucharist
Friday 8.30 Morning Prayer
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