Ecumenical Seminars in Spiritual Accompaniment

  • Date & Time: Thursday, 20 Sep 2012, 1:45 PM - 5:00 PM

20, 27 September, 4, 11, 18, 25 October, 1, 8 , 15, 22, 29 November and 6 December.

Thursday afternoons 1.45 to 5 pm.

This series of seminars developed by Sarum College in partnership with the Diocese of Salisbury offers an opportunity to share and deepen your experience of spiritual accompaniment. It is suitable both for those new to spiritual accompaniment and for those who are more experienced. Commitment to the complete course is required. A certificate of attendance will be awarded to those who complete the 12-week course. All of the course facilitators and lecturers are experienced spiritual companions who have been selected to provide a variety of perspectives from within the Christian tradition.

Session titles include The Listener in Spiritual Accompaniment; Conversion and Life Transitions; Images of God; Moving in To The Dark and Reflective Practice.

The number of participants is limited to 18.
The deadline for registration and payment is 1 September 2012.

£280 (including refreshments and library membership for the duration of the course)

Contact Alison Ogden for booking enquiries. | 01722 424826

Course Details:

  • Date & Time: Thursday, 20 Sep 2012, 1:45 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Tutors:
  • Tutor: Anne Long

    • Anne Long is a retired Anglican priest with a particular interest in contemporary poetry. She teaches the art of listening and has written 'Praise him in the Dance', 'Listening' and two booklets on spiritual direction.

  • Tutor: Mairead Quigley

    • Sr Mairead Quigley RSCJ is a member of the Society of the Sacred Heart, Pastoral Tutor to the MA programmes and Senior Chaplain at Sarum College.

  • Tutor: Keith Lamdin

    • Keith Lamdin is principal of Sarum College. He has developed leadership training for church leaders, and acts as a leadership coach in the church, as well as charitable and health care organisations.

  • Tutor: Ian Cowley

    • Ian Cowley is Co-ordinator of Vocations and Spirituality for the Diocese of Salisbury. He has been a parish priest in South Africa and in Cambridgeshire, and has written three books on the local church, spirituality and transformation.

  • Tutor: Andrew Walker

    • Andrew Walker is a priest, psychosynthesis counsellor and co-director of a three-year Ignatian Spirituality Programme. He trains and supervises spiritual Directors and publishes on discernment and direction.

  • Tutor: Barbara Mosse

    • Barbara Mosse is an Anglican priest whose teaching and research interests include Celtic and medieval spirituality.

  • Tutor: Patrick Moore

    • Patrick Moore is a scholar in residence at Sarum College. He specialises in aesthetics and is a member of the De La Salle brothers.