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Holy Week at Sarum 2015: The Stones Cry Out

  • Course Dates: Mon 30 March 2015, 10:00 am to Thu 2 April 2015, 10:00 am

Guided days of reflection in Salisbury’s Cathedral Close with Pat Clegg.

These days may form the basis of a retreat or can be taken as individual days of personal reflection.

The College’s timetable will match the pattern of the regular daily worship at the Cathedral. There is the option of joining in with the Cathedral’s evening programme.

Each day will start at 10am (registration for day visitors begins at 9.30am) with a themed talk and meditation led by Pat Clegg, followed by time for personal prayer and reflection.

Each afternoon we will visit a nearby church to reflect on one or more of the specific art forms found there, these will be introduced by a guest speaker. Two visits will involve a short walk, a third involves a longer walk across the famous Town Path, transport can be arranged if needed.

Tea will be in the college at 3.30pm. There will be an opportunity to meet with the Chaplain for further discussion afterwards. An individual session can be arranged.

Monday 30 March

10am: Down the Mount of Olives: Luke 19
2pm: The Amnesty International Window: Salisbury Cathedral

Tuesday 31 March

10am: In the Garden of Tears: Luke 22
2pm: The Medieval Doom Painting: St Thomas’ Church, Salisbury

Wednesday 1 April

10am: The Way of Sorrow: Luke 23
2pm: 900 years of Architecture and Art: St George’s Church, Harnham

Thursday 2 April

Breakfast and departures for residential guests

Sarum College is unable to offer accommodation from Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 April. We will be happy to advise on other accommodation locally for those wishing to continue their stay over the Easter Weekend.

Contact Alison Ogden for all booking enquiries
aogden@sarum.ac.uk  |  01722 424826  |  01722 424800 (main reception)

Course Details

Mon 30 March 2015, 10:00 am
Thu 2 April 2015, 10:00 am
£1 – £225
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Chaplain to the Holy Week Programme, Pat Clegg is an Anglican priest engaged in spirituality as an accompanier, leader of retreats, quiet days and pilgrimages of encounter and engaement to the Holy Land. She has an MA in Christian Spirituality. As a former speech and language therapist Pat is eager to encourage a breadth, as well as depth, of communication in our relationship with God.
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