Saturday, May 12, 2018 - 10:00 to 16:30

What does reflection have to do with reconciliation? How does spending time in silence connect to speaking up? Can peaceful prayer and powerful protest go together? How might our work for social change be transformed if we root our efforts deeply in a spiritual practice that nourishes and guides us?

Come and consider tools for seeking deeper wisdom, for discerning priorities for action and for refreshing the heart. Whether you seek to build peace, honour the environment, struggle for justice, visit the lonely or campaign against poverty, take a day to pause, ponder and plan.

The time will include some spoken input, space for silent reflection and opportunities for sharing, as well as a closing activity to rededicate ourselves in service to others and our world. The day is open to people of all traditions.

Bring your own packed lunch. Tea and coffee provided.

When: 12 May 10:00 to 16:30

Venue: The Cherwell Centre, 16 Norham Gardens, Oxford OX2 6QB Contact: 01865 425644 | Email

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