4 March 2020 (re-scheduled from perviously advertised 29 Feb date)
Event Type: Quiet Day | 10am - 4pm
Quiet days at Nicholaston house have been running for several years and offer opportunities for people to step away from the busyness of their daily lives and enjoy a mini retreat. The day is spent for the most part in silent reflection with some times of thoughtful input from those leading the day. There is generally an overall theme for the year with thoughts on various aspects of the theme reflected on. We have also looked at Seasons of the Soul and timed it together with the seasons in nature.
Quiet days are a good taster for those who are new to retreats but are interested to find out the benefits of spending time in a safe and comfortable environment in order to deepen their spiritual journey.
Come and experience the peace and beauty of the delightful surroundings at Nicholaston House. Please bring a packed lunch; tea, coffee and afternoon cake will be provided.
Cost: Non-residential £15 (ministry rate/no VAT)
Led by: Quiet Day/House Team
Quiet Day Timetable:
10.00am Arrival for Tea/Coffee and Biscuits
10.15am Welcome and Opening Worship
10.30am Introduction to the Theme
11.00am Quiet Individual Reflection
1.00pm Worship and Reflection
1.30pm Quiet Individual Reflection
3.00pm Closing Reflection and Worship
3.30pm Tea/Coffee and Cake
- If availability is confirmed, please complete the online booking form below;
- Please telephone to pay the deposit or amount due by card or send your payment by cheque or *BACS within 5 days of submitting your form;
- All bookings are subject to terms and conditions;
- Full payment is required 4 weeks prior to arrival.
*Please contact us for BACS payment details. We require a notification that a BACS payment has been made so we may confirm this and generate a payment receipt.
‘God’s House’ is a detailed account of how Nicholaston House came into existence by the man who had the vision and was given instruction direct from God.
In 1990 God unmistakably led Sue and Derrick Hancock to Swansea to see a vision fulfilled which God had given them some years previously. The booklet (A5, 53 pages, colour) gives a brief factual account of what God did and is doing. It has been written for two reasons - to give glory to God and to show what very ordinary people can do when they step out in faith with God. 'All that we have accomplished, You have done for us' - Isaiah 26 v 12.