meditation

Meditation.  17/9/20 Meditation meetings start again at 6.30pm in the church on Wednesday 7th October in the church. They will be finished  (including cleaning the church) by 7.30pm. Do come. There is good social distancing.

A wonderful new WCCM website has been launched to bring together essential resources to help us all find a contemplative path through the crisis see http://acontemplativepath-wccm.org/ . And as part of this initiative, it has recently been announced that the inspirational Rev Sarah Bachelard will be giving a series of talks entitled ‘A Living Hope; the shape of Christian Virtue’ over the next six weeks. The talks start on April 21st and you can join in live or listen after. To register your interest and find out more visit the new website.
https://www.onlinemeditationwccm.org. If you are currently at home with children, you might like to look at the wonderful new WCCM and CCS videos which are aimed at children in isolation to help to continue their meditation practice or to take it up. Whilst aimed principally at those who have a faith, those who follow the practice do not necessarily have to believe in God and it’s a useful resource to help reduce stress and loneliness for any child during this difficult time. They videos can be found via the links below, the first developed for primary school children and the second link for young people at secondary school. If you have connection with a local school, you may also like to share with the resources with the head teacher.