Date(s) - 29/03/2020
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Woodchester Village Hall
An invitation to chant together words spoken 2000 years ago, with simple movements of a kind that Jesus and early disciples may have used as their body prayer. Singing in Aramaic, the native language of Jesus, there is the chance for these words, perhaps familiar as the Our Father, to resonate in the body. Many find this allows fresh new meanings and above all an embodied knowing to surface from these ancient words. Come and join us on a rich journey that may encompass, among other things, the wish to feel connected to the bigger picture of life, to others, the wish for a sense of purpose, to remember what’s important, to let go of what is no longer useful. How can an embodied experience of an ancient practice be a resource as we face the environmental, societal and personal challenges of our time? You can find out more about some background to this work by visiting www.abwoon.org
All welcome, of whatever faith or none – no previous knowledge needed! Sunday 29th March 2020 11am until 5pm Woodchester Village Hall, Church Rd, N Woodchester (nr Stroud) GL5 5PQ
Cost: To reflect different economic means in our society, a sliding scale is offered, on a trust/ self-selection basis. By paying the highest rate you can afford, you are supporting this work to happen and continue.
Early bird if paid by 9th March 2020: £45 standard, £36 low waged, £27 unwaged
After 9th March: £50 standard, £42 low waged, £33 unwaged
Some lower cost energy exchange places are available – please make contact before the session to talk about this – email email@example.com
How to book:
- Through Eventbrite (includes a booking fee)
- Transfer to Matthew Heyse-Moore, 01858009, sort code 30 99 86 including your name and Aramaic as reference
- Cheque to Matthew Heyse-Moore, 6 Hillview Viillas, Foxmoor Lane, Stroud GL5 4QL including your contact details
Please bring a vegetarian dish to share for lunch. Teas will be provided. Parking is available at the venue and on the street.
We will be supported on this journey with live music from Morag, Stew, Bob and Matthew.