Sundays during Lent, 9.45am

This year we will be reading,  and exploring together, Rowan Williams’ recent book ‘Passions of the Soul’. It is a short book, but it is rich with insight as to how the great classics of Eastern Christianity can help us understand and cope with the ups and downs of modern life. The former Archbishop of Canterbury shows the cost of living in a culture that has a diminished and trivialized picture of the human self. He points to how the Eastern tradition teaches ways to develop our self-knowledge and awareness, so that we can relate to the world without selfish illusions. Only then can we be ready for our eyes to be opened to God, avoiding destructive patterns of behaviour, and become alert to the kind of people we need to become.

Come and join us!