Quiet Day with reflections on Thomas Merton

Led by Canon Robert Wright

Wednesday 4th June 2014

10.00 am to 4.00 pm

“Your life is shaped by the end you live for”

(Thomas Merton)

With an exhibition of paintings by Canon Robert Wright

This is an opportunity to enjoy some silence and stillness in a sacred space. Hear two reflections based on the work of Thomas Merton. Explore your faith at  a deeper level, or simply be at ease with yourself in the calm and tranquil environment of this beautiful building.

Tea, coffee and water will be available throughout the day, but please bring your own packed lunch.

Please book:  [poster]   [booking form and programme]

About Canon Robert Wright

Born in Maidenhead, since his Ordination in 1973, Robert has worked in five parishes in the Oxford Diocese as well as in inner-city Portsmouth and at Westminster Abbey, where he was the Sub-Dean, Rector of St Margaret’s and Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons, prior to his retirement in 2010. He now lives in Witney where he devotes his time to his family and to painting , in which he takes most of his inspiration from the writings of Thomas Merton (www.robertwrightartist.co.uk)

Cost: 5.00
Date Time Venue Cost
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 10.00 till 4.00 St Giles Church, Oxford 5.00