Tuesday, 4 March 2014

More events from the London Spirituality Centre

Updates and Reminders

More events at the London Spirituality Centre

Developing Direction series - another date added.
Our series of Author's Evenings - two more dates added.
We offer workshops, short courses...

And remember...

Find out about training to become a spiritual director, come to a concert,
converse with authors - free. 

We're also excited about a conference in July organised by Modern Church
(please scroll down).
And by the way, thanks for all the books! Please keep them coming...
Lunchtime Concert
The Seven Last Words
from the Cross

by Joseph Haydn
Thursday 17 April
Complete details here
Meet the Author:
Father Bernard Lynch

Monday 28 April 6.30 - 8.30pm
In an informal and relaxed setting meet the author who will discuss his remarkable work and his latest book
If It Wasn't Love. Light refreshments will be provided
For more information and to book,
click here
Meet the Author
Dairmuid O'Murchu

Monday 19 May 6.30 - 8.30pm
In an informal and relaxed setting, meet the author, who will discuss his latest book The Meaning and Practice of Faith. Light refreshments will be provided.
For more information and to book,
click here
Consider the Lilies

with Kenneth B Browne
Wednesday 14 May 6.30 - 8.30pm
An evening of poetry, silence and flowers to help cultivate the divine in us.
Full details here

Cost is £20
Developing Direction Series
Fridays 11am - 4pm
14 March - Julienne McLean
11 April - Sr Cecilia Goodman
16 May - Dr Peter Tyler
6 June - Mark Oakley
4 July - Mark Godson
£40 per session - click on the date for more information and to book
Open Evening
Training as a Spiritual Director

Thursday 1 May 6 - 7.30pm
If you are thinking of joining the course in the autumn, join us this evening and find out all about it from Encounter Director Julie Dunstan.
For more information, click here
For the course brochure, click here
If you can't make this date, there will be another open evening 16 October
Introduction to Myers-Briggs
with Sue Wilson

Four Monday evenings, 6.30 - 8.30pm
12 & 19 May, 2 & 9 June
This introduction to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator includes the processing of a questionnaire for each participant by Sue Wilson.
Full details here.
Registration deadline: 28 April
Cost: £60
Short Course
Listen With Your Eyes
with Antonia Lynn
Six Monday afternoons, 2 - 4pm
2 June - 7 July inclusive

Prayer engaging the heart and imagination through the sense of sight. Each week there will be an encounter with a painting from the Christian tradition. Full details here.
Cost is £100 

Modern Church annual conference:
A Liberating Spirit? Exploring Spirituality for the 21st Century
Monday 14 July – Thursday 17 July 2014
 High Leigh Conference Centre
Chaired by Canon Prof Martyn Percy
Speakers include: Revd Mark Oakley, Prof Grace Davie, Revd Dave Bookless,
Dr Abby 
Day, Dr Rachel Muers, Revd Dr Emma Percy

What might be a “liberal” approach to spirituality?  This conference will be an opportunity to explore some of the contemporary approaches to spirituality through the lens of open minded and well-informed enquiry.

download the Modern Church conference leaflet here
Books, books, books

The Centre accepts donations of second hand books in reasonable condition. These are sold on our book table or online. Funds raised go to support the work of the Centre.

Appropriate subjects include: Architecture, Art, Classic Literature, History, Poetry, Psychology, Spirituality and Theology.

Please contact us if you would like more details.
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