This series of sessions enables people to learn from practising artists about their different creative practices and how they connect to and enrich their spiritual practice. The sessions are interactive, giving participant to try out or explore the creative practice themselves.
Starting from the story of the Good Samaritan this retreat invites participants to reflect on, and work with, three aspects of caring: caring for oneself, caring about and caring for, as well as the perspective of the one cared for.
Over the past two years all over the world every one of us has been subject to deep change and uncertainty. The responses of each of us have been different. We have heard much from politicians and health experts but what of our spiritual lives? What is it all meaning for our understanding and experience of faith and community?
This weekend conference is organised jointly by Woodbrooke and the Quaker Committee for Christian and Interfaith Relations. It may be particularly suitable for Friends engaged in local ecumenical and interfaith work.
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