All Shall be Well?

10 March 2021

The day will draw on the wisdom of Julian of Norwich, a 14th Century mystic who lived through a time of upheaval and plague. She provides much food for reflection and prayer on the loving presence of God that is relevant to Lent and a world living with Covid 19.

9.30 Welcomes and Prayer

10.00-10.45 Session 1: Julian and the experience of God in times of turmoil

10.45-11.45 Quiet time

11.45-12.15 Reflection groups

12.15- 1.00 Session 2: Julian & Prayer: Asking, Being, Questioning, Listening

1.00- 2.00 Break for Lunch

2.00-2.30 Session 3: All Shall be Well?

2.30-3.30 Quiet time

3.30-4.00 Reflection Groups

4.00-4.30 Session 4: Julian: Seeing through God’s eyes (including concluding prayer)

7.30-8.30 Optional evening drinks 

Downloadable Documents

Download the day’s Presentation Slides here. 

For each session there is a sheet with the quotes used and points for follow up reflection and prayer. Use the buttons below to download them. 

Julian and the experience of God in times of turmoil

Julian & Prayer: Asking, Being, Questioning, Listening

All Shall be Well?

Julian: Seeing through God’s eyes

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