Norfolk day retreats explore the healing grace of Jesus
The Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House near Bungay is running regular one-day retreats featuring bible study, meditation and prayer enabling people to gently explore the healing of Jesus.
Quiet Waters Christian Retreat House near Bungay is offering a one-day led retreat called ‘Meeting up with Jesus: Seeking His Healing Grace’ led by David Males, Elder of the Order of Jacobs Well.
The ‘Meeting up with Jesus’ standalone retreats will be held at 10am-4pm on Wednesday, April 25, Thursday, May 17 and Thursday, June 21.
The retreats explore healing in the Kingdom of God on earth, based on the teachings of Rev Mike Endicott, Prior of the Order of Jacobs Well. The Order of Jacob’s Well was inaugurated twenty years ago by Rowan Williams as an instrument of ministry to the church and to all who will accept God’s healing Grace, whether they know Him or not.
David Males said: “The morning will start with a time of praise and prayer, followed by a bible based talk and discussion looking at how we might prepare ourselves so that Jesus may ‘manifest’ himself to us. After coffee, in a guided meditation based on a Gospel story.
“During the afternoon we will look at how Jesus and His disciples went about healing the sick - and seek His healing grace and blessings both for ourselves and for those whom we love.”
There is a suggested donation of £25 including a cooked lunch and refreshments, however if this is a problem you pay what you can.
Please arrive in time for coffee at 10am. Retreat handouts will be provided.
Quiet Waters Christian Retreat Centre, Flixton Road, Bungay, NR35 1PD
To book phone 01986 893201 or email email@example.com
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