A lot has changed over the last two yearsfor us. Certainties we held, people we loved, the places we knew may all look different. But we can still find God in all things. The camera we carry in our pocket has the potential to help us slow down,centre in the present moment, andencounter God.
This retreat will open up the possibility of contemplative photography and show you how to incorporate it into your everyday life. You don't need to be a skilled photographer, but you do need a camera--the one on your phone will do just fine.
When: 8-10 November 2022
Where: The Briery, 38 Victoria Avenue, Ilkley LS29 9BW
Cost: £220. A subsidy of £110 is available for those in the Y+ Region. Please contact your District Office to request funding support. You may also wish to seek support from your Circuit or local church.
To book: online via EventBrite https://221108visiodivina.eventbrite.co.uk
Booking closes: 28 September
Stephen Radley is an Anglican priest, trained professional photographer and members' ambassador for the Guild of Photographers. A military veteran he found healing from some of his military experiences through photography.
Steve grew up in the Lake District and has a love of the outdoors, fell walking and sailing. His experience of war when serving as an RAF chaplain left him with a passion for helping people find peace by seeing in new ways.
Steve is studying for a PhD researching contemplative photography, has a BTh(hons) in theology, an MSc in Psychiatry & War, and certificates in counselling.
Steve has led retreats and workshops across the UK and Ireland .