St Antony's Priory is a peaceful oasis near the centre of Durham City. The Centre's small ecumenical team provides hospitality and weekday worship as well as an annual programme of:
Quiet days and workshops led by individuals drawn from differing
denominations and none;Hosting and facilitating quiet days and workshops for small groups of
clergy, lay people, chaplaincy teams and others; Space for individuals or small groupsHelping develop the work of the North-East Prayer Guides Network,
an ecumenical group committed to working together in a shared
ministry of prayer guiding;Individually-guided and private retreats by request;Space for a day or more in personal prayer, contemplation,
counselling and spiritual guidance.
Located almost in the centre of Durham City, England, the Priory captures a magnificent panorama of the Cathedral and Castle, viewed from its pleasant gardens. It offers a peaceful opportunity for those seeking relaxation and refreshment. You can see images of the priory in both the slideshows and galleries within our website.
Was a resounding success, those who came to join Nickie and Gill for the afternoon enjoyed an afternoon of uplifting songs in a variety of styles and traditions.
Together we made a joyful sound indeed!
An Introduction to the Myers Briggs Type Indicator & Christian Spirituality A workshop day led by Martyn Skinner (Qualified MBTI Practitioner & Methodist Minister) 10 am – 3.30, 7th September 2013This includes a “1 to 1” session lasting approximately 60 – 90 minutes before the workshop day to enable each participant to self-assess their personality type. This session needs booking via The Priory Office by email or telephone and will take place at the Priory.
St Antony's is a project of the Society of the Sacred Mission, a registered UK charity No:1101444
We don't charge for what we do. But we do ask for donations towards the £130 000 (US$190 000) annual cost of the project, of which the Society gives two-thirds.
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