A SPECIAL drop-in session is being held at Salisbury Cathedral to focus on spiritual development.
A series of stations with a different starting point will be laid out in the Trinity Chapel for people to choose from as they please. Anyone is welcome to the Time Out event and can stay as long as they like, whether just for five minutes or the whole two hours.
Sarah Rickett, director of outreach and learning, said “Time Out is a series of self-guided, reflective activities which pose questions about ourselves, our relationships with others and the world in which we all live, as well as contemplating things beyond us.
“It is ideal for those who just want some time out from the everyday busyness of life or for individuals involved in nurturing the spiritual development of others and seeking new ways to do this. Time Out simply offers people space and time to think.”
The day, on Saturday January 19 from 1.30pm to 3.30pm, is part of a week-long project run being by the education department to explore spiritual development through a series of special workshops and events for schools, young people and their wider communities.
Further information is available from Salisbury Cathedral’s education department at email@example.com or on 01722 555180.