Spirituality

As a Christian community, our life is bound together by prayer. While we believe that prayer is always life-giving, it can also sometimes feel a struggle, and throw up some challenges to our faith.

So we try to support one another in exploring different and creative ways of praying. We're not afraid to ask the difficult questions, and are committed to help one another to reconcile our prayer and our living.

We love having lots of people in church on a Sunday morning (or indeed at any time!). But we also place high value on smaller, quieter services, and on silence. On Sunday evenings our services have a more reflective flavour and there's always a chance to talk afterwards.

We also offer retreats, have a library of spiritual resources, and can help people to find a spiritual director.

We have resources available to help you make a Rule of Life - planning what you will do to live Christian discipleship intentionally.

And we have a range of written resources for praying in different circumstances

Through liturgy, music, spoken word, and reflection, we try to create space for beauty, and together recognise the glory of God, the beauty of holiness.

The Diocesan Spirituality Newsletter, Formed by the Spirit, is available here