A day exploring Mindfulness, Centering Prayer and the Jesus Prayer. We will experience these contemplative practices, in some times of shared silence, look at their origins and how they can sustain us in life and ministry. As well as for ourselves contemplation and mindfulness can be taught to others including children.

With Mel King and Andrew De Smet

Monday 19th October 2020 10am to 4pm Charterhouse Lane, Hull HU2 8AF

The day is open to anyone with an interest in this area, particularly those in some form of ministry ordained or lay

The setting is the Charterhouse an oasis in the centre of Hull, there is easy parking there or it is under a mile’s walk from the railway station

Mel is a priest in the York Diocese, living in Northallerton. She offers spiritual direction and leads quiet days and retreats. She is a teacher of Centering Prayer, trained with Contemplative Outreach London

Andrew is Pastoral Care Adviser in the Diocese of York, an Anglican priest, counsellor/psychotherapist, mediator and spiritual director

There is no charge to participants from York Diocese; for those outside the Diocese the cost is £10 (Cheque payable to ‘York DBF’ bring on the day).

For Further details contact Rev Andrew De Smet andrewdesmet@btinternet.com 0758 327 9459

Contemporary Forms of Contemplative Prayer