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...time apart to simply be.
 

Candle glowing in the dark

All welcome to a time of reflection, simplicity and stillness.

Quiet space is accessed via Zoom normally on the third Sunday of the month at 7.30 pm. Please contact Wesley office for details. Alternatively, the reflections are found below.

Next dates are: 19th September, 17th October & 21st November 2021

 

 


 


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Our Daily Bread: 3 May 2020
During this time of ‘cocooning’ we may find our relationship with food has changed. Perhaps we spend more time thinking about where, when and how to get the food we need. Some items are scarce – we delight in the surprise of obtaining flour or yeast. We may have more time to cook with care. For those who don’t have the resources to feed themselves properly and for those who help them, this is a difficult time.
Open Our Daily Bread: 3 May 2020

Praising, stillness, meditation... 26 April 2020
Sources: Tess Ward, The Celtic Wheel of the Year; The Iona Community; R.S Thomas.
Open Praising, stillness, meditation... 26 April 2020

"A Sound of Sheer Silence" 19 April 2020
Reflection on Elijah’s journey as he flees from Jezebel
Open "A Sound of Sheer Silence" 19 April 2020

Easter Sunday 12 April 2020
Before we begin, gather around you a small selection of items that you find especially life giving and enhancing - photos of friends and family, a favourite picture or artefact, a gift from a special person, a beautiful shell or stone .... You now have before you some of your most significant possessions. 
Open Easter Sunday 12 April 2020

Quiet Space: 5 Apr 20
“The Way to Jerusalem” – reflections from Mark’s gospel Chapter 10

Quiet Space: 29 Mar 20
The story is told that the soon-to-be Pope Francis asked Pope Benedict, ‘Can you smoke while you pray?’  A shocked Benedict retorted, ‘Of course not’.  Francis then asked, ‘Well, can you pray while you smoke?’  The face of a reflective Benedict suggested he acknowledged a lesson learnt.

The Full Extent of His Love: 22 Mar 20
We’re sharing readings and reflections with periods of silence in between. During the times of silence you may like to be aware of any particular word or phrase that draws your attention.

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