Catholic People’s Weeks: Long weekend on 'divine participation'

21 - 24 October 2017
All age, Fully catered
Nene Valley, Northamptonshire

This four-day all ages event – very suitable for families - is one of the final two Catholic People’s Weeks of 2017.

The CPW brochure says: ‘We are all invited – called – to participate with the divine. Over these four days, centred within the Holy Spirit, we will explore what that might mean: for us, the Church and for the wider community. Entering into the intimate relationship of the Trinity, we can honour our part in God's plan, joining the divine circle.

Worship, praise, prayer, liturgy, discussion, reflection, art, drama and music are just some of the tools we will use to claim the promise of salvation, a promise that was always God’s plan, never an afterthought.

So step up, lean in, take your place in love's circle.’

Chair: Rebekah O’Keeffe
Organisers: Alan & Clare Wenham
Chief Helper for young people: James Teague

Rock UK Frontier Centre in Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire has stunning views across the beautiful Nene Valley. The 120 acre site includes an adventure play area and sports field, which young people will love. Accommodation is in ground floor chalet style lodges with en-suite facilities and kitchenettes. There is good disabled access.

Information and Bookings:Alan

For moire than 70 years CPW has been providing “holidays that make a difference”, offering food for thought, faith and friends. All events offer engaging talks and activities, prayer and socialising, in a community setting. Nine events have been organised for 2017.

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