The sixth sense of unshakeable faith
You’ll be familiar with the idea that humans have five senses: taste, smell, vision, hearing, and touch. But did you know that we genuinely have a ‘sixth sense’, which is called proprioception?
Advent Headspace – finding calm in the heartache
Here are a few minutes of solidarity and calm, a moment of headspace to acknowledge pain but also hold on the fact that Love remains, is present and can hold us through the uncertainties and loss.
Advent Headspace – When your head feels full
A few minutes of calm reflection and headspace if the quieter Christmas season feels very busy in your head and heart this year.
Advent Headspace – Finding love that soothes fear and fluster
Join us for a moment of headspace in the run-up to Christmas.
Advent Headspace – if this year has felt a bit too much
This year all feeling a bit too much, like you are close to your limits? Please join us for some moments in Advent to slow down, take a breath and find some calm again.
Looking after wellbeing in a second lockdown
It is tough, many of us are feeling a bit weary, defeated, anxious or angry. All this is a perfectly natural human reaction to what continues to be an incredibly challenging year. But we don’t have to do it alone.
Stubborn, resilient, everyday joy
Joy, stubborn and resilient, reminds us life is never one thing; that despite demands and difficulties that come scurrying our way there are still things, accessible experiences, that can ignite our curiosity and joy.
Permission to rest
You are not a machine, you are the dear and beloved child of God! Rest is a holy practice inaugurated and even commanded by God right from the start.
Liturgies for Hope
Liturgy can provide a framework for prayer when we are at a loss for words, exhausted or bewildered. Liturgies of Hope have been written for just such a time as this.
How do you feel about surprise and suddenly moments? The Bible has a lot to say about “suddenly” moments. God is in the business of showing up when we least expect and when we are most in need. The “suddenly” moments remind us give in to God, he has us! He is Emmanuel and He will not fail us.