Perhaps some of you are thinking that you have had too many of these recently, but since people cannot meet together for one of Degibna Prayer Chapel’s occasional Quiet Days, the Revd Andrew Hill would like to invite you to share in a Quiet Day at Home. This could be done on any convenient day, but if most people are able to use the same day, participants can be together in time if not in place.
June is Bible Month (www.preachweb.org/biblemonth) and this year people are encouraged to focus on the book of Ruth. What a wonderful focus for a Quiet Day! Mark Greene writes, “Ruth is one of those books whose riches never seem to run out. You can read it in 10 minutes and relish it for a lifetime.”
So please join with Degibna on Thursday, June 18 (or a day nearby) for this Quiet Day at Home, 10.30am – 3.30pm.
This is going to be a low-tech Quiet Day (no Zoom etc.) but couples can share in this together or, if you are on your own, you can arrange with a friend to phone between sessions and so share the experience. A simple sheet will be prepared with suggested timings, questions for reflection and suggestions how to use the quiet times. Please contact Revd Andrew Hill to register (Tel: 01326 569803 – email: firstname.lastname@example.org) and he will email or post the information sheet. Unlimited numbers can apply!
If the day is successful, Degibna may consider offering an ‘at home’ version of future Quiet Days for those who cannot attend. Further resources can be found on their website: http://www.degibnaprayerchapel.org.uk/
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