Date(s) - Monday, 17th October, 2016
10:00 am - 2:30 pm
Hartlip Retreat Centre
As we prepare to celebrate St. Luke on 18th October you are invited to take some time out to be with Luke “…the beloved physician…”
What does it mean to be whole in body, mind and spirit? How did Jesus approach healing of those he met and those who came to him seeking healing? This is a quiet day to sit with the question that Jesus asked the blind beggar near Jericho.
Jesus stood still and ordered the man to be brought to him; and when he came near, he asked him,
“What do you want me to do for you?”
The day will be led by Revd. Canon Sarah Chapman. Sarah is the Diocesan Adviser in Healing and Wholeness and Chaplain at The Living Well. She was an Occupational Therapist before being ordained and has been vicar in parishes in Winchester and Portsmouth before coming to Canterbury to take up her present post. She has had experience in Christian Healing Ministry over many years with Acorn Christian Healing Foundation.
Programme for the Day.
9.30 Arrival, Registration, Tea/Coffee.
10.00 Welcome and Introductions.
10.15 What in me is in need of healing?
10.30 A time of silence for journaling, contemplation and creative response
11.30 What do you want Jesus to do for you?
12.00 A time of silence for journaling, contemplation and creative response
1.45. A Healing Service with the opportunity to be anointed, to respond, to sit and be.
2.30. Tea and Depart.
Places are limited to 15 and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.iCal