Quiet Days

What is a Quiet Day?

A quiet day is a way of going on retreat for one day. It can be a gentle introduction for newcomers to retreats but also a time to stop and be refreshed for those who have more experience. You can go on a quiet day with a group and then it usually starts at 10 and finishes at 4, but it is also possible to spend a day in a retreat house on your own. If you join a group quiet day there will be input by a leader on the theme of the day and opportunity to spend time on your own in silent refection. 

You may go on a Quiet Day for a variety of reasons: 

  • A wish for some quiet time but are limited for time.
  • A need some time for reflection away from work or family.
  • A desire to explore your spiritual life and deepen your relationship with God but do not know where to start.
  •  A longing to know more about prayer.

How to arrange a Quiet Day for your parish?

There are a variety of quiet days available in retreat houses and in parishes. (See retreats)
But if you would like to arrange your own Quiet Day for your parish, there is a group of people within the Spirituality Network who would be happy to facilitate the day for you. For more information please contact the Susanne Carlsson by phone 07795167603 or by email susanne.carlsson@rochester.anglican.org.




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