Holy Habits – Lent 2022
The pandemic prompted many of us to explore what may be called Holy Habits. Little things that we do with our bodies, our minds and our spirits that draw us closer to God.
Some of these habits have drifted away from us as the pandemic took hold – little things like crossing ourselves with holy water when we enter church.
As those little things come back into our lives we’ll be exploring what Holy Habits mean in our lives and how we can use them to deepen our relationship with Christ as we head towards Easter.
There will be several ways to interact with the course which will be delivered by Fr. Matthew Cashmore and Fr. Sam McNally-Cross as part of the Centre for Applied Theology.
At St. Anselm, Hayes on Thursday mornings after mass (10am, course starts 11am and finishes with soup & roll)
- 17th March – Introduction to the course, liturgical gestures and bodily prayer.
- 24th March – Pilgrimage.
- 31st March – Gratitude.
- 7th April – Daily Prayer & Scripture with course wrap up.
At St. Thomas, Kensal Town on Saturday mornings after mass (10:30am, course starts at 11am, refreshments afterwards)
- 19th March – Introduction to the course, liturgical gestures and bodily prayer.
- 26th March – Pilgrimage.
- 2nd April – Gratitude.
- 9th April – Daily Prayer & Scripture with course wrap up.
At St. Martins, Ruislip on Wednesday evenings at 7:30pm.
- 16th March – Introduction to the course, liturgical gestures and bodily prayer.
- 23rd March – Pilgrimage.
- 30th March – Gratitude.
- 6th April – Daily Prayer & Scripture with course wrap up.
Also via Zoom in partnership with the Centre for Applied Theology and Urban Abbey
The zoom course will take place on Thursday evenings at 7:30pm GMT
Register via Eventbrite to be sent a reminder each week along with the Zoom link.
Do join us this Lent to explore Holy Habits and their role in your daily life with Christ.