A story to live by – A story to die for?: led by Margaret Silf

A story to live by – A story to die for?: led by Margaret Silf

A story to live by – A story to die for?: led by Margaret Silf The Society of Mary and Martha at Sheldon Sunday 20 – Thursday 24 August 2017 Sunday 2...

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A story to live by – A story to die for?: led by Margaret Silf The Society of Mary and Martha at Sheldon

Sunday 20 – Thursday 24 August 2017 Sunday 20 August 3pm to 5pm 5.30pm 6.30pm 7pm 8.45pm

Arrivals Welcome and orientation Fat Pigeon open Supper Night prayer

12.30pm 5pm 6.30pm 7pm 8.45pm

Lunch The cost of the crossing Fat Pigeon open Supper Night prayer

Wednesday 23 August Monday 21 August 8am 8.30am 9.45am 10.45am 11.30am 12.30pm 5pm 6.30pm 7pm 8.45pm

Community morning prayers Breakfast The power of story Coffee A story to live by Lunch Dreams into reality Fat Pigeon open Supper Night prayer

8am 8.30am 9.45am 10.45am 11.30am 12.30pm 5pm 6.30pm 7pm 8.15pm

Community morning prayers Breakfast A story to die for Coffee Beginnings beyond endings Lunch Gathering time Fat Pigeon open Supper Eucharist

Thursday 24 August Tuesday 22 August 8am 8.30am 9.45am 10.45am 11.30am

Community morning prayers Breakfast The Inbetween story Coffee Bridges and barriers

8am 8.30am 10am

Community morning prayers Breakfast Last departures

Silence will be held from Night Prayer on Sunday until the bar opens on Wednesday evening. Orientation and retreat sessions will be in The Long Barn. Prayer times and Eucharist will be in the Upstairs Chapel of Mary, Martha and Lazarus. All meals will be in the Pound House Dining Room. You are welcome to take meals to your room on a tray if you prefer – please let the team in the kitchen know after breakfast and collect your tray at least 10 minutes before the meal. Refreshments: 10.45am coffee served from Long Barn main kitchen. Cake to have with DIY afternoon tea available in the Pound House. The Fat Pigeon is Sheldon's licensed bar in the Loose Box, accessed via the Dining Room lobby. The Medieval Chapel is open for private prayer at all times. There is a short time of intercessions sometime around midday led by a member of the Community. Please remember the Sheldon House Rules: No clergy shop talk, no ministering to other guests, respecting the space and privacy of others. The Library is open all week except when closed for day bookings (when there is a notice on the outer door). Please keep silence and return books before you leave. The Art Shed is available for engaging your creative imagination, just beyond the Hen Runs at the lower end of the car park. Shop open during office hours, normally 9am – 1pm and 2pm – 5pm. Same hours for Jacuzzi bookings. Folders with local walks are available in the Boot Room and Reception. Useful things are in the Boot Room between Pig Pens and Long Barn.