Exploring the Parables of Jesus
4, 11, and 18 October, 7.30 to 9.30 pm
Join Joe for a series of evening discussions in which you will tease out the gifts and meanings of the Parables.
Joe Mulrooney is a retired lecturer in Biblical Studies at Heythrop College. Join him for a series of evening sessions that will deepen your experience and understanding of the stories told by Jesus.
Coping with the demands of modern life; how faith and science can help
28th October, 10 am to 4 pm.
Life is increasingly ambiguous, volatile and uncertain, and it’s easy to feel over-whelmed by its pressures. In this session you will learn simple practices, grounded in both contemporary neuroscience, and spiritual wisdom, that can help you to cope with life’s demands with more grace.
Jonathan Males is a psychologist, executive coach and spiritual director who helps people in all walks of life, ranging from Olympic athletes to senior business leaders, to know themselves better, deliver in their professional roles, and fulfil their potential. For more on his approach read his blog post A Leadership Manifesto.
“Lord, I believe; help my unbelief.” A presentation of poems about believing in God in difficult times.
Revd David Nash and readers
3rd November, 7.30 to 9.30 pm
This will be the last poetry evening hosted by David, and we are incredibly grateful for his wonderful contributions over the years, and a little sad that it’s ending. Come for an evening of reflection, inspiration, and a glass of wine.
Prebendary David Nash is the retired Rector of Monken Hadley. He had been a parish priest in North London for many years and through his interest in poetry has contributed many articles writing about his favourite poems.