To book your place on one of our events, please contact the Hall on 01756 720213 or by email at admin@parcevallhall.org.uk

 

Friends of Parcevall Hall Annual Gathering & AGM

The Friends of Parcevall Hall meet for a time of fellowship and sharing together at the Hall.  The AGM takes place on Thursday 11th July. Full Gathering:  £186 Day guest - AGM & lunch only:  £34 Day guest - AGM, lunch & dinner:  £52

£186

Living Life in to Prayer

Leader:  Jill Benet   In Centering Prayer, our intention is to consent to the presence and action of the Divine within us. It is sometimes referred to as the Prayer of Consent. The effect of Centering Prayer is seen in daily life, increasing our awareness, making us aware of our attachments, identifications and the hidden motivations

£316

Mary Magdalene’s Easter: Study of John 20

Tutor:  Margaret Barker   Preparing for the feast of St Mary Magdalene on July 22nd, we shall look in depth at St John’s account of her meeting Jesus.  Mary Magdalene was remembered as a visionary, a teacher and a leader in the early Church, and St John has recorded the reason for this. What she learned

£218

Recorder Players’ Workshop III

Tutor:  Sheila Richards Ensemble playing in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, this workshop is aimed at experienced adult players who ideally offer two instruments and are able to swap between them. The ability to hold your own part in a group and good sight-reading skills are key. Expect a wide variety of interesting music and technique

£216

Art Appreciation II

Tutor:  Tim Stimson How Pleasant to know Edward Lear   Edward Lear`s Book of Nonsense has never been out of print, but what often isn`t realized is that he made his living producing exquisite topographical watercolours from exotic locations. A man of versatile genius; ornithologist, diarist, composer- this warm and delightful person expressed his philosophy

£222

Quiet Day III

Potholes and Mountains Leader: Revd Jenny Savage Potholes and Mountains will journey us underground, and on the mountain tops, looking at some of the risks we take in life and the beauty of God we find when we dare to take risks. We will wonder about the trust and faith that has developed in us

Literature Appreciation II

Music in Literature Part 2 Tutor:  Hugh Parry Music is obviously in debt to literature for the texts which it turns into song and opera. The debt is not one-way: poems, short stories, novels and song lyrics interpret music verbally, or describe composers, musicians, musical events, and audiences. The material is so copious that any

£285

Autumn Rambling in Wharfedale

Wharfedale’s varied landscape is on a reassuringly human scale; wild moorland, wooded vales and boulder-strewn hillsides above the peaty waters of the River Wharfe. We offer a choice each day of either short or longer walks with our guides, returning to the welcome and warmth of the Hall. Packed lunches are provided, but if at

£285

Friends of Parcevall Hall Eucharist & Lunch

The Friends of Parcevall Hall meet for a time of worship and fellowship together over lunch.  Coffee and biscuits will be served from 10.30am.

£25

Quiet Day IV

Resting from Work and Working from Rest Leader:  Revd Colin Blake   The first commandment given to us by God was to “be fruitful and multiply”. God designed us to be productive. But we build our identities around our activities. We are not living in the truth of who God created us to be. We

Recorder Players’ Workshop IV

Tutor:  Hilary Oliver   Ensemble playing in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, this workshop is aimed at experienced adult players who ideally offer two instruments and are able to swap between them. The ability to hold your own part in a group and good sight-reading skills are key. Expect a wide variety of interesting music and

£216

Heart & Soul Singing Retreat IV

Tutor:  Keely Hodgson   Combine singing in harmony with rest, nurture and inspiration. No previous singing experience, or the ability to read music, is required. A varied repertoire of songs and rounds are sensitively taught using call and response. Keely Hodgson is a composer and natural voice practitioner. She leads a number of community choirs, including

£214