Padraig O’Tuama is the leader of the Corrymeela Community. A poet and theologian, he writes and talks about life at large and faith in particular, painting vivid pictures and posing big questions.
This workshop will explore interruptions in the gospel accounts. So much of life today feels busy, where interruptions take us away from our priorities. This day will deepen an appreciation for Jesus’ capacity to respond to interruptions and deepen our practice of a spirituality of interruptions.
Led by Mark Oakley
Mark was Canon Chancellor of St Paul’s Cathedral and has just been appointed Dean of St John’s College, Cambridge. His latest book A Splash of Words – Believing in Poetry won acclaim as ‘a unique and inspirational book by a man of faith, hope and humanity’. Booking opens in February/March.