Residential Retreats

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.)

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

Or call 01928 733777

 

Living with Grief

9th November 4.00pm - 10th November 4.00pm  £95
Led Philippa and Graeme Skinner

This is a time where you can reflect on your loss, and what it means to live with it. There will be some thoughts on bereavement led by Philippa and Graeme, and times where you choose to be on your own or with others. 

The event is suitable for anyone who has been bereaved at least 6 months.

 

Come, Lord Jesus  

30th November 4.00pm - 2nd December 2.00pm  £165
Led by the Ven Mike Gilbertson

A chance to begin Advent with a sense of expectation, engaging with scripture, poetry, music and art. We will reflect on the meaning of Jesus's first coming in Bethlehem, his future coming as king, and how he comes to meet us in everyday life today. 

There will be plenty of stillness as well- space to encounter Jesus for ourselves in the beautiful surroundings of Foxhill.

 

Advent Individually Guided Retreat

3rd December 4.00pm - 6th December 2.00pm  £165
Led by Chester Diocesan Spirituality Team

Take time to rest and relax before the busyness of Christmas and remember what it’s all in aid of. An Individually Guided Retreat provides space to listen,to find refreshment, and perhaps to put our lives in a new perspective.

We will be in silence on Tuesday and Wednesday. Each person will have a prayer guide to support them through this time and provide suggestions for prayer.

 

Please contact the Foxhill Team on 01928 733777, or email foxhill@chester.anglican.org if you would like any more information or to request a booking form.

 

"Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28 (NIV)