Whirlow Spirituality Centre – What’s On

July & Summer Events

at Whirlow Spirituality Centre at the Chapel of the Holy Spirit

Reflective Worship
Join us for services of Reflective Worship, on the 1st & 3rd Sundays of each month and every Tuesday, in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit

  • 1st Sunday Reflective Service 7 – 8pm
  • 3rd Sunday Reflective Communion  7-8pm
  • Every Tuesday – Reflective Communion 9.45 – 10.30am
  • Every Sunday morning – Space to Be 8.30 -9.15am Silent, self directed meditation – arrive and leave as you wish

We Who Sing Pray Twice

  • Thursday July 6th
  • 7.30 – 9.30pm No need to book, no fee

Singing simple sacred rounds and chants in four-part harmony: songs of joy, gladness, sadness and peace, from a variety of sources. The silence that follows the singing offers the opportunity to be still, or to pray or meditate.

Days of Retreat – Saturday July 8th and Saturday August 12th 
Each day is intended to provide you with the space to “be” before God; to relax, reflect and pray and so to renew your spiritual resources. The day will begin at 9.30am with a brief introduction to  the day and resources available. You may then spend the day as you wish and leave at a time best for you.
Booking fee: £15. Book online: July 8th and/or August 12th

Praying With … Asylum Seekers

  • Thursday, July 13th, 2017
  • 8:00pm to 9:30pm (Refreshments from 7.30pm)
  • Cost: £5 Book here

Led by Rodrigo Edema, Project Co-ordiantor of City of Sanctuary Sheffield. He and other volunteers will share the story of being asylum seekers and share how prayer has been so important for them

Simple Quiet Days Tuesdays July 18th and August 15th
Simple Quiet Days are intended to provide you with the space to ‘be’ before God; to relax, reflect and pray. Beginning with the weekly Reflective Communion (open to all) at 9.45am, finishing at 3.45pm with closing prayer.
Booking fee: £12. Book online July 18th and/or August 15th

Filling The Well – 2 day course
July 24th & 31st. Cost £40

The second half of life presents us with an opportunity to either become who we really are and flourish, or close ourselves down in the face of the challenges ahead. This experiential course will invite participants to look at some of those challenges e.g.:- facing loss and change, and   how it might be to engage with our mortality and death. Alongside this we will look at how we resource ourselves to live more fully in this most fruitful and potentially creative part of our lives.More details and book online here