Nazareth Community Online workshop

The Nazareth Community was established at St Martin’s in March 2018, now with over seventy five members. It is an experiment in being with:
with Silence
with Scripture
with Service
with Sacrament
with Sharing
with Sabbath
Staying with

The Nazareth Community has brought together members of St Martin’s, and other churches, in all their diversity, to learn to live the Christian life more intentionally, in the midst of busy lives. The community provides a pattern for contemplative prayer, social action, theological reflection, liturgical ministry and sharing together. We are a dispersed community, in our own homes and contexts, but with a commitment to seven simple disciplines to renew lives.

The workshop was led by Revd Richard Carter and Revd Catherine Duce, and is an opportunity to learn about the life of the community, and to consider how it could be applied in your own contexts.

Richard is the leader of the Nazareth Community and author of The City is My Monastery: a Contemporary Rule of Life; published by Canterbury Press in 2019.

HeartEdge: An international, ecumenical movement galvanising churches to be at the heart of their communities whilst being with those on the edge. Catalysing communities of hope that reimagine church and society through commerce, culture, compassion and congregational life.

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