Quiet Days

A space for silence and stillness
 
 

 We offer creative Hopeweaver Sanctuary Space in a variety of locations, and Members of the Community host opportunities to experience stillness and silence and space to pray alongside others, as part of Quiet Days and other events which are open to all. Our days are coordinated by the Hopeweavers Team and our Hopeweavers Sanctuary Space leaders, with support from the Friends of Hopeweavers.



2019  


Friday 24th May - Quiet Day 
at Wolvesey Palace, Winchester
Two places now available!!

Friday 30th August - Quiet Day
 at St Columbas Retreat House, Woking
 - please book your place directly -  
Sorry - Fully booked - waiting list spaces only

Friday 1st November - Quiet Day  
at Wolvesey Palace, Winchester
Places available

Friday 1st November - All Saints
Quiet Day at St Columbas Retreat House, Woking 
- please book your place directly -   
Sorry fully booked 


Please watch this space for
 new dates on offer soon for 2020.  

  No events available on your chosen date?


It is always worth joining a waiting list 
or why not consider being part of a session 
of stillness and quiet at hopeweavers@home, ArtSchool@hopeweavers

To book your place,  please contact Anne - email bookings@hopeweavers.org.uk or telephone 07821105245




A typical Friday Quiet Day may include:

9.45am - 10.00am 
arrivals, refreshments, introductions 

10.10am
Morning Prayer - the Hopeweaver Daily Office

10.30am
Relaxation into a time of silence where you are able to walk, to use the art resources, visit various prayer stations and the spaces on offer on the day, or simply to be still

12.00noon
Gathering together again for Hopeweaver Midday prayer or Holy Communion led by an Anglican Priest 

12.30pm
Lunch together - with an option to eat in silence

1.00pm
Close of the day


A Saturday or mid-week full day usually follows this format:

9.45am - 10.00am 
Arrivals, refreshments, introductions 

10.10am
Morning Prayer - the Hopeweaver Daily Office

10.30am
Relaxation into a time of silence where you are able to walk, to use the art resources, visit various prayer stations and the spaces on offer on the day, or simply to be still

12.00noon

Gathering together again for Hopeweaver Midday prayer or Holy Communion led by an Anglican Priest 

leading into Lunch together - with an option to eat in silence 

1.15pm
Afternoon reflection then a time of silence as the morning

3.30noon
Gathering back together, responses and prayer

3.45pm
Delicious tea and cakes made by Friends of Hopeweavers!

4.00pm
Close of the day

There is no charge to attend one of our sessions

We would never want finances to stop you becoming involved in hopeweavers.  However we calculate that it costs about £20 a head for one of our days.  Most people are able to contribute towards our costs - as we have no other income your donation is gratefully received.  

This enables us to continue our ministry, particularly alongside those who are not so able to give a donation.

Updated 18/11/19

 

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