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Creative Ideas for Quiet Days

Resources and Liturgies for Retreats and Days of Reflection

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ISBN-13: 9781853119668
Published: 28/11/2008
Product description
Going a day retreat or quiet day is a regular activity for many local churches. During the preparatory seasons of Advent and Lent, they are especially popular. While many retreat houses and religious communities offer a program for such days, many groups prefer a do-it yourself approach. This resource contains twelve complete day-long programs that are focused around different themes and are appropriate for use at varying times of the Christian year. It is suitable for all ages and assorted pastoral contexts. It also gives step-by-step instructions on creating your own program from scratch. Each session includes: opening worship, short talk 1, reflection exercise, short talk 2, second reflection exercise, prayers and blessings. Additionally there are leaders' notes on all practical aspects of planning and conducting such a day, from booking the venue to handout templates. This new edition comes with download able worship and reflection materials to enrich your program.
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Sue Pickering

Resident in New Zealand, Sue Pickering is an Anglican priest, spiritual director, and canon of Taranaki Cathedral. She draws inspiration from the Christian contemplative tradition, and before becoming chaplain to a retirement village in 2009, was deeply involved in spiritual directors’ formation with Spiritual Growth Ministries.