Poetry of the Passion

9–12 March 2021 (Tue–Fri)

This is an online-only event.

Using classic and contemporary poetry, this week will take us on a poetic journey into the Passion story to open out and reflect upon the meaning of Christ’s death and resurrection for us now.
This retreat will be conducted via Zoom and will include sessions at 10:30-11:30am and 2:30-3:30pm each day.
Retreat notes, Zoom links and a helpful guide to using Zoom will be sent prior to the beginning of the retreat.

A ticket covers one device to connect and is not per person, for example, if two of you share a laptop, you just need one ticket.

Who's speaking?

Malcolm Guite

Malcolm Guite is a poet and priest, working as Chaplain of Girton College, Cambridge. He lectures widely in England and North America on Theology and Literature. His books include Sounding the Seasons; Seventy Sonnets for the Christian Year (Canterbury 2012). The Singing Bowl; Collected Poems (Canterbury 2013) and Parable and Paradox (Canterbury Press 2016) and Mariner (Hodder 2017)

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