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Service Times

Exposition
Visitors are welcome
to join with the Community
at any or all of the services.

They will be held in the chapel unless otherwise shown

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 Discussion
Who will come?

Healthcare professionals are dealing every day with matters of life and death.

Yet they are usually so busy, with patients and with paperwork, that they have no time to reflect in peace on why they do their work, on how it relates to their own spiritual lives and to those of their patients.

Their lack of time gives them no time to think about their time.

Our week aims to provide a restful, restorative and encouraging space in which you will be able to do just that.

The week will include talks and discussion, the opportunity for shared prayer, time for leisure activities, and plenty of space to relax, think and chat in beautiful and peaceful surroundings.

It is aimed at doctors, nurses, chaplains and allied health professionals, who are Christians of any persuasion.Concentration

What will happen?

Talks, discussions and workshops on themes including:

  • Catholic Teaching on Dignity
  • Old Age in Scripture
  • Spirituality and Aging
  • Honouring the Spirit Within
  • Dementia-Friendly Parishes
  • Being Dependent and Being Human

Prayer

You will be invited to join in:

  • Daily Mass
  • Morning, Evening, and Night Prayer
  • You will be free to use the chapel, oratory and gardens for private prayer and quiet reflection

Other activities

  • Tour of the Nursing Home
  • Film evening
  • Day out in the Lake District
  • Social evening
  • Local walking and sight-seeing

Who will speak?

Speakers will include:

  • Michael Wee, Education Officer at the Anscombe Bioethics Centre, which provides expert understanding of questions of medical ethics from a Catholic moral perspective.
  • Pippa Bonner, a Trustee of Growing Old Grace-fully in the Leeds Diocese and a Pastoral Worker at Apley Grange Retirement Home in Harrogate.
  • Margaret Hinton, the Diocesan Marriage and Family Life Worker and Coordinator for Wrexham Diocese, which has won an award from the Alzheimer’s Society as a result of her work.
  • Sara Jones, a Namaste project worker for The End of Life Partnership in Sandbach, Cheshire. For more see: http://www.namastecare.com/.
  • Fr Richard Taylor and Sr Margaret Atkins are resident at Boarbank Hall and are both experienced speakers on theological and ethical topics.
  • Our chaplain for the week will be:
          Fr David Egan, a highly experienced hospital chaplain.

How to apply

Prices, per person including full board and lodging:

£330 for single room with shared facilities; £380 for single room en-suite; £300 each sharing twin/double en-suite.

There is a reduced price available for those of limited means. Please contact us for details.

To secure a place, you will need to send a deposit of £50 (cheques payable to ‘Boarbank Hall’). The balance will be payable on arrival.

For further information or to book please contact SR MARGARET

You can also download and print out a LEAFLET about the course and Boarbank, if you wish to publicise this course in your local area. (Microsoft Word required)

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