Sunday, 25 August 2019


For those who have previously done some work on the Enneagram
andw like to use their experience in Spiritual Accompaniment

12th of November 2019 
at St Benedict’s St Benedict’s Centre, 52 Swan Street, West Malling, ME19 6JK.

The Enneagram is an ancient tool for understanding
the deep motivation of our actions and thoughts, as we learn to
observe our habitual behaviour and thinking patterns.   When
we are able to observe ourselves we become more aware of the e
and motives that drive us, and what limits our inner freedom.
The Enneagram can also help us to see what for each individual would
constitute the path for growth, so that the real gifts of our Enneagram
space can be released from the egoism that keeps us unfree
to be the person God calls us to be.
During the workshop we will reflect on our own Enneagram stance,
and how the Enneagram can be of help to others we know, i
our those we accompany – obviously without naming people. 

Bring your own lunch, tea and coffee will be provided. 
Donation: £ 10-20

Friday, 8 March 2019

Lent resources for prayer and action

Still haven't decided what to fo for Lent this year?
Here is a round up of some resources you might find helpful. If you know of others please add them in comments below, or email them to  to me (Anne Le Bas ) and I will add them.

The Church of England's Lent app (booklets also available)

Christian Aid

A whole list of resources and links from Ignatian Spirituality



Daily meditations

And my own series of Lent reflections and sugggestions for prayer and action written for Seal Church - this year it is all About Time!

Lent resources for children and families

Wednesday, 27 February 2019

Spring edition of "The Current"

The Spring edition of "The Current" is here, with details of events, quiet days, retreats, courses etc. and news of what's going on in the Spirituality Network around the Diocese. Click on the picture below to download a pdf version of the newsletter.