22 September 2017
As published in the latest issue of Crosslincs, a pilot scheme to encourage and help us in prayer, known as The Community of St Hugh, is to launch on Saturday, 30th September 2017.
To be held at Stow Minster (arrivals from 10am and to conclude with a simple lunch from around 12 noon), all are most welcome.
The Crosslincs article, which includes contact details for those seeking further information, is reproduced below:
Simon Dean, Discipleship Officer, looks ahead to the launch of a pilot scheme for The Community of St Hugh...
As the diocese responds to its call to transform lives through worship, discipleship and service, prayer lies at the heart of this endeavour. A pilot scheme to encourage and help us in prayer, known as The Community of St Hugh, is to launch on Saturday, 30th September 2017.
The Community of St Hugh is open to anyone, of any age, who wishes to deepen their discipleship and their spiritual formation, and it will involve a personal rule of life that is built around the following three priorities:
Worship – ‘encountering the living God in all I do’
Discipleship – ‘learning to follow Jesus in every part of my life’
Service – ‘seeking to love others, as I am loved by God’.
We would like as many people as possible to be part of this, and an invitation is extended to all for the launch event.
The launch will be held at Stow Minster. With arrivals from 10am, this event will run from 10.30am–12pm and it will offer information, support on how to develop a rule of life, and also include an act of worship and a simple lunch.
Please email email@example.com or call 01522 50 40 50 for more details.