'Seeking Stillness' - Healing Tides (a journey of the heart) with Sarah Chabowska and Libby Dobson
27-31 - March 2020
...Sabbath Rest and a journey towards inner healing...
Event Type: Retreat
Theme/Focus: Sabbath Rest and a journey towards inner healing...
Check In: 4 p.m. Friday
Check Out: 10 a.m. Tuesday
Led by: Sarah Chabowska and Libby Dobson
Libby and Sarah invite you to take a journey of discovery into the spacious place of God's love. We will consider the importance of Sabbath rest, and experience its healing gifts, as we take a break from the busyness of life. Give your spirit a chance to breathe, and your body and soul a chance to rest and be restored as we reflect together upon the ebb and flow of our lives.
Throughout this retreat we will offer original music and song, art work and visual images, poetry, reflections, Scripture, one-to-one, quiet times and personal space to support your journey.
To sustain and nurture you on this journey you will be offered:
- Original music and song
- Art work and visual images
- Guided reflections
- Opportunity for one-to-one sessions
- Personal space to relax and reflect
- Time to be still
"Sarah and Libby have a real gift for creating an atmosphere and welcome, and respect for where participants are at."
"They offered a calm and safe place - welcome to all."
"The gentle pace of the retreat, the beautiful thought-provoking poems, songs and readings and their humour - all these created a quality sacred space that was very moving."
About the Leaders:
Libby Dobson has been writing and performing contemplative songs for a number of years. Her CD recordings include ‘In Your Arms’, ‘Deep Calls to Deep’ and ‘Wide Horizons’.
Sarah Chabowska has been involved in leading prayer in a variety of contexts, and has been writing her own poetry for many years.
Together they have produced a CD entitled ‘Peace’ which includes a selection of their songs and poems. Both Sarah and LIbby are trained in ‘spiritual accompaniment’ and have been leading retreats together since 2013, in retreat centres, parishes and with other Christian groups.
Their retreats have proved very popular, many people finding them a refreshing oasis to which they return again and again.
Sarah and Libby joined us for a week earlier in 2019 and we share this short clip as a preview of what they offer (via Facebook).
- £359/person (ministry rate/no VAT) - guaranteed single occupancy of a non-single room
- £299/person (ministry rate/no VAT) - single occupancy of a single room (limited rooms available)
- £299/person (ministry rate/no VAT) - shared occupancy of a non-single room (friends/couples sharing)
- £269/person (ministry rate/no VAT) - shared occupancy of a non-single room (individuals sharing *discounted rate*)
- £129/person (ministry rate/no VAT) - non-residential includes lunch and evening meals
- £69/person (ministry rate/no VAT) - non-residential with lunch only
Special offer (expires 1/11/19): buy 1 place and get 1 place half price when sharing a twin/double room (must be booked together at time of reservation) PROMOCODE: G1HP/HT0320/WEB
Non-residents are welcome as long as they can participate in the whole retreat (i.e. Friday Evening through to Monday Evening) so they can be part of the group and part of the journey.
- 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.
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