Spiritual growth is an essential part of growing as a human being, never mind a Christian! As a parish, we are therefore seeking to offer a range of ways in which we may enable one another to grow in love and life, recognising that we may need different paths and opportunities in our different journeys and stages of life. Comfort and challenge, contemplation and action, lively praise and nurturing silence, wrestling with questions and finding new light and strength - all of these are parts of the varied tapestry which make up a living and growing spirituality.

Apart from opportunities to worship together on Sundays and during the week, among the current means we offer to grow spiritually are the following:

  • Contemplative prayer
  • Small study and/or reflection groups
  • Lent Groups
  • Learning and discipleship courses
  • Spiritual Accompaniment

 

Please contact the parish office or parish priests for more information about any of these.

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Christian Meditation

 

"In Contemplative prayer we seek to become the person we are called to be, not by thinking of God but by being with God. Simply to be with God is to be drawn into bei

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
St. Luke's Atrium

 

Purpose

To assist the involvement of adults and children in a common religious experience in which th

Labyrinth

 

Walking the Labyrinth

We can consciously seek the experience of holy transformation by placing ourselves intentionally in the presence of God and seeking the work

Small Groups

 

Being part of a small group is a very helpful way of growing spiritually – whether by simply sharing time together, food, encouragement, prayer, spiritual insight, bi

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