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Tutors: Ruth Burbidge & Terry Smurthwaite 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
Leader: Canon Brenda Lofthouse Through his poetry and prose, we will explore St John’s understanding of the human/divine relationship on the soul’s pathway into God. Brenda is a Canon Emeritus of Bradford Cathedral. Following a career in the NHS she was ordained in the Church of England, and served as a Parish Deacon and a
The Friends of Parcevall Hall meet for a time of worship and fellowship together over a traditional Christmas lunch. Coffee and biscuits will be served from 10.30am.
Leader: Revd Henriette Howarth Prayer is not too difficult On this Quiet day we will explore the gift of prayer. We will find inspiration in the Scriptures and Christian tradition to deepen our awareness of God who is not far away but 'in whom we live and move and have our being.' We will
Leader: Revd Canon Marion Russell An opportunity to take time away from the parish to read, reflect, walk, chat, rest and sleep. You are invited to bring along books of your own choice of a theological or spiritual nature. All who are present share with the group which books they have chosen and why.
Leader: Revd Paul Fisher Paul, born in Bewdley North Worcestershire in 1943, is a ‘retired’ Anglican priest living in Langcliffe, Settle with his wife Sue. They have a son, daughter, and a grandson. Paul took degrees in Theology at Oxford and Birmingham, and diplomas in Piano Teaching and Performance at Birmingham and the Royal
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 the
Tutor: Mary Tyers 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
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 any
Leader: Canon Graham Bettridge Join us at Parcevall Hall for this most special week of the year. The programme will be led by our chaplain, Canon Graham Bettridge, taking time to reflect on the significance of Holy Week, and celebrating together the triumph of Easter Day. Graham trained for the ministry at the Society of
Tutor: Julienne McLean In this two-day retreat, we will be reflecting on some of the profound symbols of the soul in the mystical text ‘The Interior Castle’ by the sixteenth century Carmelite saint, reformer and writer, St Teresa of Avila, from Jungian and spiritual perspectives. In particular, we will focus on her well- known
The World of Troilus and Cressida Tutor: Hugh Parry The bitter Trojan war is at last coming to an end. Meanwhile, there is passion of a very different kind (but perhaps equally intense), played out between two of the most famous, or notorious, lovers in literature, with writers such as Boccaccio, Chaucer, Henryson and