Chelmsford Cathedral
 
St Peter’s Chapel Bradwell

In Bradwell, Essex, stands a chapel built by Cedd in 654 on a mission to convert people to Christianity.  It is the oldest Church still in use in the UK today.

Bradwell is a place of pilgrimage as well as a place for quiet and reflection.  

If you would like to find out more about the Chapel, please see the Bradwell Chapel website.

 

Events at the Chapel of St Peter-on-the-Wall 2017

May 20th
Day of Pilgrimage 10am – 4pm.

A day to journey to the chapel and spend some time in prayer and reflection and sharing in worship.

Meet at St Thomas’ Church for coffee and opening worship. Walk to the chapel where there will be reflections and a prayer walk. The day will finish with worship .

An opportunity to enjoy worship and fellowship in the midst of God’s creation.

There is no cost for this day. Bring your own lunch. Tea and coffee will be available at the Othona Community.

Please book a place on the link below, so that I can have an idea of numbers. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/day-of-pilgrimage-tickets-31595975413

July 9th
Harp Concert with afternoon tea

An afternoon concert with Lynne Creasey, Harp and Harvey Nightingale, Baritone.

Tickets £15

Please book your tickets using the Eventbrite link. Or with me direct.
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/harp-concert-tickets-31637626994

July 29th
RETURNING to our ROOTS Revd. Dr. Jenny Williams

A day (retreat) to experience praying and meditation in Aramaic.

During this day we will speak, sing and chant words from the Lord’s Prayer gradually adding simple movements in a devotional manner. There will be times for learning, for reflection in silence, for sharing and there will be space to be on your own as well our togetherness of voice and heart.

Jenny Williams was inspired by living in the Christian community of Taize in France; nurtured by being in an interfaith ashram in India and formed in ministry within an ecumenical Christian healing fellowship. Through the work of Neil Douglas-Klotz (www.abwoon.com) she has worked for twenty years with the Aramaic language that Jesus spoke that has deepened and expanded her own faith journey and now seeks to share with others. She is an ordained minister of the Church of Scotland and currently is working as a locum and alongside that developing pastoral supervision for ministers and church workers.

Cost £25  Bring your own lunch. Tea and coffee will be available at the Othona Community.

Please book your tickets using the Eventbrite link. Or with me direct.
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/returning-to-our-roots-tickets-31637150569

 

 

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