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May 2019

The Enneagram and the Spiritual Journey

Friday 10th May , 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Enneagram diagram

A study day for those already familiar with the Enneagram and the nine types, looking at prayer, worship, some stages on the spiritual journey and spiritual direction, both from our own perspective and from that of other Enneagram types.

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Prayer & Painting Retreat

Monday 13th May - Friday 17th May
St Clements, by Maureen Edwards

A residential art retreat led by local artist Maureen Edwards with Revd. Derek Collins as chaplain. Take time out in the beautiful house & gardens of Epiphany House, Truro to deepen your connection to God and explore spirituality expressed through painting, light and colour. Suitable for all levels of ability, from beginner to more experienced artists, the retreat includes one-to-one painting tuition, spiritual accompaniment and plenty of free time for painting, prayer and relaxation.

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July 2019

“The path of descent is the path of transformation”

Saturday 6th July , 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

A Contemplative Quiet Day based on the teachings of Fr. Richard Rohr OFM. Join Revd Canon Olive Stevens for a quiet days of contemplative teachings, practices and reflections using video footage from the CONSPIRE conference 2018 at the Centre for Action and Contemplation, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Quiet afternoon: Weaving

Tuesday 16th July , 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

A quiet afternoon of reflections and readings, led by Revd Philip Greenhalgh. Tuesday 16th July 2019, 1.30pm—4.30pm. Revd Philip will weave a basket over the course of the afternoon and will create space for contemplation through a series of bible readings, poems and reflections.

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August 2019

Looking at the World: CARM Painting and Prayer Retreat

Monday 5th August - Friday 9th August
Tree trunk

A residential art retreat led by Pam Bowen and Revd Roger Clifton from the Creative Arts Retreat Movement (www.carmretreats.org). Suitable for all levels of ability, from beginner to more experienced artists. The retreat includes painting and sketching tuition, spiritual accompaniment and plenty of free time for painting, prayer and relaxation.

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Quiet morning: recognising moments of transfiguration

Tuesday 6th August , 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sunrise over the trees at Epiphany House

Led by The Very Revd. Roger Bush, Dean of Truro. Tuesday 6th August 2019 at 10am. The quiet morning will be followed by a eucharistic service to mark the Feast of the Transfiguration at 12 noon.

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Miracle Theatre: A Perfect World

Friday 16th August - Saturday 17th August
Miracle Theatre - A Perfect World

A rollicking music-filled adventure written and directed by Bill Scott with original music by Tom Adam, performed outdoors by Cornwall's Miracle Theatre against the backdrop of the beautiful gardens at Epiphany House, Truro.

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Personal retreat day

Tuesday 20th August , 9:45 am - 4:00 pm
Yellow roses: personal retreat day

A day set aside especially for those seeking quiet space. Join in with our rhythm of prayer and worship during the day (a short service of Morning Prayer at 10am and a Eucharist service at 12 noon) or do your own thing. Spiritual direction available.

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September 2019

Walk the Cornish Celtic Way

Monday 2nd September , 4:00 pm - Sunday 8th September , 4:00 pm
Visit the iconic St Michael's Mount, part of the Cornish Celtic Way.

A week-long walking retreat in Cornwall, led by Revd. Nigel Marns, author of 'A Cornish Celtic Way'. Explore the Cornish Celtic Way with a series of guided walks visiting some of the highlights of the 125 mile route, returning each night to enjoy the peaceful comfort and home-cooked food of Epiphany House, Truro. You can expect to cover around 6-8 miles per day over terrain which includes stunning and sometimes steep coastal walks, taking in churches, holy wells and other special places along the way.  Evenings will be relaxed and informal, and include an optional short act of worship with reflections on Celtic saints.

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