Quiet Day - Embrace the holy call of doubt
- Rev Steve Gendall
Following the wonderful events of Jesus’ resurrection, Thomas famously struggled with doubt. ‘Unless I put my finger into the nail marks, I will not believe.’ Often faith and unbelief are never far away from each other, if we are honest. We love certainty, but faced with disappointments and life’s struggles doubt can rob us of our hope. Yet often it is at this point of tension and honesty that new perspectives and growth can occur.
Come and embrace this very normal part of life together with us on this day, and we might just begin to embrace God in a deeper and fuller way.
Quiet Days are for people who are looking for space to recharge their spiritual batteries. The day includes guided reflection on a theme, worship, time for personal prayer and includes a silent lunch.
The day begins with tea and coffee in the lounge, with registration at 10.00am. A silent lunch (with music playing softly in the background) is at 1pm. The day ends with afternoon tea at 3.45pm.
The programme ensures time to enjoy the peace and quiet of the chapels and the beautiful grounds. There is a fully equipped Art Room available to help you to express through painting or drawing what cannot readily be expressed through words. The lounge and library also provide comfortable place of quiet for your own relaxation.
£30 per person payable at time of booking.
Included: Refreshments, lunch and full use of our facilities including prayer spaces, grounds and our fully equipped art room.
Our charges don’t represent the full cost of a stay at CCHC. If, therefore, you are able to make a donation towards the ongoing ministry of CCHC, that would be appreciated.