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Lent 2020 online retreat 

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Journey Into Freedom

A Retreat Based on the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius of Loyola

Ways of Praying Course

21st May to 18th June 2020

This short course explores prayer for anyone seeking a prayer life that touches the inner core based on an awareness of self in relationship with God

We meet weekly 7.30pm until 9.30pm

St Salvador’s Church

61 Saughton Mains Street, Edinburgh, EH11 3QX 

Thursday 21st May to 18th June

There is no charge for the course but there will be an opportunity to donate.

Numbers are limited so please sign up as soon as you can.

Facilitated by Sharon Laidlaw and Duncan Hughes of the Epiphany Group.

For further details and to book: dghughesssc@gmail.com

Monday 8 June – PPC Meeting in Parish Room

Growth in Prayer and Reflective Living (GPRL)

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This course aims to help people to pray and live reflectively by offering an opportunity to explore faith, discover meaning, and come to a deeper relationship with God.

For whom is the course intended?

The course is intended for those of different denominations and none. No particular ability in prayer is required, only a desire for God.

Course Content

  • Different ways of praying taken from Ignatian, Celtic and other spiritual traditions.
  • Awareness of our different perceptions of God. The use of a journal and the value of self-awareness as aids to reflective living.
  • Prayer experienced through music, art and movement.
  • An introduction to Ignatian discernment, through which a person may come to make choices which celebrate the unique giftedness conferred on them by the Creator.

Method

The method is experience-based and reflective. It includes small group sharing. Also, because of the participatory nature of the course, it is important that there is a commitment to attend regularly.

In addition to the weekly, or monthly, group meetings – depending on location –  participants are offered the opportunity of one-to-one spiritual accompaniment.

Towards the end of the course there is a short retreat.

Visit GPRL Edinburgh for more information

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