Our programme

These retreats are organised by us, and led by a variety of guest speakers who are experts in their field. 

Booking forms available from:  Foxhill@chester.anglican.org

Or call 01928 733777


Stop, Look & Listen Days 

These mini retreats are a chance to step back from your busyness, and listen to what God is saying to you.

Each day starts with coffee at 9.30am and ends with tea at 3.30pm.

The programme can be found here



These retreats offer you space to recover and discover, allowing you to draw closer to God.

All residential retreats include en-suite bedrooms, along with all meals and refreshments.

(Please note - on occasions when en-suite bedrooms are fully booked, a non en-suite bedroom may be offered, with a discount offered accordingly.)

The programme can be found here


Let's Talk

"Let's Talk" events are organised by the Commitee for Social Responsability, and are open all those who wish to come and share their experiences and concerns with regard to everyday parish life. 

The events are free to attend, and include tea and cake but places must be booked in advance via Hannah Jones:

hannah.jones@chester.anglican.org         Tel: 01928 718834 Ext 271 

The programme can be found here


Called to Serve

27th January   9.30am - 3.30pm

Called to Serve is a great opportunity to come and find out more about how you might serve God and the church. People at all different ages and stages offer themselves for ministry in God's church.

Showcasing the four licensed ministries within Chester Diocese (Church Army, Ordained, Pastoral Worker, Reader) the event is an opportunity to find out the distinctions between these ministries, to talk to real people who are already involved and to listen to what you think God might be asking you to do.

The event is free and includes lunch, but booking is essential.

To book please contact Peter Bacon at Church House - peter.bacon@chester.anglican.org or 01928 733777 ext. 237


'In Conversation' - Exploring God as Lover and Beloved 

9.30am - 2pm - Date TBC

£15 per person - includes light lunch and refreshments

A discussion between Malcom Guite (Poet and Chaplain of Grifton College, Cambridge) and Clair Henderson Davis (Contemporary Performance Artist and Theologian in Residence at Chester Cathedral).

This is the first of a series of conversations between Malcom and Clair as they create a new work together.

Details and further information available from the Foxhill Team.





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