Gemma Simmonds

This is an online-only event.

Join us for time set aside to listen to God, to pray and to be on this Quiet Day with Gemma Simmonds CJ

Gemma and Phil both met at Lee Abbey when they were guest speakers there. Gemma is a regular contributor to the BBC and other Radio station programmes, teaches on Ignatian Spirituality, and is also a Spiritual Director. She has written some reflections on the art of Sieger Köder. Her Quiet Day will be an opportunity to contemplate and gather insight on the Gospel as Gemma helps us reflect on some of these paintings. A Quiet Day not to miss!

A ticket covers one device to connect and is not per person, for example, if two of you share a laptop, you just need one ticket.

There will be two main input sessions during the day, plus opportunity to join a small group discussion and end the day in prayer together.

Session times:

9:45am – time to log on for 10am Welcome and session 1

12 noon – opportunity for some small group discussion

2pm Session

4pm opportunity for some small group discussion

4:20pm Final prayers

4:30pm end

The Quiet Day event is free and on Zoom. If you would like to donate then we suggest an amount of £20 for a Quiet Day. Our Eventbrite system has two types of tickets for each event, but both give you the same access. You can either book a Free ticket OR a Donation ticket (minimum donation is £1) – please do choose the ticket that suits you. If you’d rather make a donation in a different way, that’s absolutely fine – just choose the free ticket. Thank you!

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