What do you love about autumn? This retreat is for those who love to embrace each season of the year by being active in the truly great outdoors and finding God in the natural world! This retreat invites you to make the most of the daylight hours enjoying the beauty and richness of creation in your chosen activity, walking, cycling, swimming or whatever you love to do. We will meet online after the sun has gone down and share our experience of where we found God today.
Friday Evening 7-8.15pm BST
We will welcome you into the retreat and get to know one another. There will be a guided meditation to begin the weekend and suggestions offered for prayer the next day.
Saturday Evening 7-8.15pm BST
We will meet to prayerfully reflect on the day we have had, share this with others in small groups and suggestions for Sunday will be offered.
Sunday Evening 6-7pm BST
We will meet to close the weekend. There will be a prayerful reflection on the day we have had and a time to celebrate the weekend's activities and the beauty of the natural world.
If you have attended this retreat in the other seasons this year, please note changes to the times to suit the season.
Donations will be welcome for the work of Jesuit Spirituality Outreach. A suggestion for a donation for this weekend: £20-50. Donate now >>
To book a place on this retreat, please email Sarah Young (email@example.com)
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