Friday, 22 March 2013

Formed by the Spirit newsletter

Southwark Diocese's latest Spirituality Newsletter is here.

Book Launch: Seeing in the Dark

You are invited to the launch of a new book

Seeing in the Dark  (flyer  here)

by Christopher Chapman
978 1 84825 259 2 £16.99

Seeing in the Dark is a profound and practical look at how Christian spiritual tradition has understood the role of suffering in human growth and our experience of God.
Suffering can impel us to live for what is really important – but it can also diminish us and stunt our growth. What makes the difference?

This book helps all engaged in pastoral care or spiritual direction
explore that question for themselves and with others.

The launch of the book will take place on:

Tuesday 9th April 2013 6.30pm
Newcomen Room Southwark Diocesan Office
Trinity House, 4 Chapel Court off Borough High St, London, SE1 1HW
Refreshments will be provided.
Please RSVP to

Monday, 11 March 2013

Holy Week Labyrinth at St George's, Weald

There will be a Holy Week labyrinth at St. George’s, Weald.  
(Church Road
Sevenoaks Weald
TN14 6LT)
All visitors are welcome during the following times:
Monday, 25th March     6.00-8.00 pm
Tuesday, 26th    “        10.00 am-12.00 noon
     “           “       “          6.00 pm-8.00 pm   
Wednesday,27th”       10.00 am-12.00 noon
    “            “                   6.00 pm-8.00 pm
There will also be a different Easter Eve Labyrinth of Light on Easter Saturday in St. George’s Church from 7.00-9.00 pm

Thursday, 7 March 2013

Taster course in spirituality

God in all things

A ‘Taster’ Course in Spirituality

12, 19, 26 June, 3 July 2013

and a Reunion on 11 September

Holy Trinity Church, Lennard Road, Beckenham SE20 7LX

More details here

Labyrinth at St Justus Rochester

Tues 16th April 10-12.00 St Justus Church, Rochester, ME1 2LT
More details here

 Walking a labyrinth can help us to reflect, to pray and to listen to what God is saying to us.
A beautiful canvas labyrinth will be laid out in the church.
Finger labyrinths will be available for those who find walking difficult.
There is no formal beginning or end - You are welcome to come along at anytime during the morning that suits you.
There will be gentle music playing while you walk.
The latest time for you to enter the labyrinth is 11.30
Donations to help cover costs are welcomed - a basket will be available.
This time of prayer is being organised by Barbara Wallace, an experienced prayer leader and trained labyrinth facilitator.
If you would like to know more you can contact Barbara by email