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"Come with me by yourself to a quiet place and rest a while"

"Come with me by yourself to a quiet place and rest a while". Mark 6:31
This Spring we are continuing to run a number of one day retreats called 'Fourteen'.

Come and spend a special time of reflection in a quiet and supportive environment with the added bonus of lunch prepared for you.
This is a day for you - time for rest and enjoyment, for personal reflection and prayer.

Here's your personal invitation from Elizabeth and Melita - Fourteen's wonderful leaders. Keep reading to the end of the invitation for details of how to find out more information and make a booking. You can also pick up a beautiful flyer (including dates) from Kerith reception.

Hello Everyone
This Spring, we are pleased to let you know that we’ve planned some new dates for FOURTEEN – days when you can enjoy some time out for yourself and God.  For those who have been before we thought we’d experiment with something extra -read on dear friends!
We have chosen dates on different days this time around which will hopefully make it easier for some of you – we have also included a Saturday
The Saturday is going to be extra special –anticipating more demand for this date we’ve doubled the number of places and Catrina Benham is going to speak before the first session. I’m really looking forward to hearing her wisdom as she talks about resting in God.

EXTRA HELPINGS!!!
Once you’ve been to FOURTEEN and know the ropes you are welcome to book in for our extra days which we are calling
14 PLUS. These days will be a little different and will mean you have more time for yourself. We will gather for a drink as you arrive and after a short time of prayer you will be free to disperse to your quiet place. Bring a packed lunch which you can eat with others or continue in quietness as you choose.
We will end the day with some prayer at 3.30 pm but feel free to leave earlier if you need to.

There will be a mix of resources available for you to dip into for both FOURTEEN and 14PLUS. As the year warms up we will be able to use the garden again but on colder days the house will be available for places to relax.

We’re really looking forward to welcoming you soon- and one last thing please feel free to book into as many FOURTEEN and /or 14PLUS days as you like!
With Love,  Elizabeth and Melita
Contact Elizabeth on home 0118 9790099 mobile 07981756828
Email elizabethpudner@hotmail.com  for more details.

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