Boarbank Hall has a number of events that may be of interest.
Health and Salvation: A retreat and holiday for healthcare professionals, 6th-11th January 2020 Boarbank Hall, Cumbria.
What’s the topic?
Healthcare is ever more in the public eye. This raises a host of practical questions:
What are the stories behind the news?
How do you deal with the media?
Or social media?
How do you engage with families?
Or with volunteers?
How do you live your faith in a secular workplace?
More details can be found here: https://www.boarbankhall.org.uk/index.php/whats-on/health-matters/265-health-salvation-in-the-public-eye
Autumn Break – Faith & the Arts – The Middle Ages, 11th to 15th November 2019
What will happen?
Talks, presentations and discussions with invited speakers, probably including:
Haydn Lee, returning by popular request, is a pianist and music teacher, who has taught in schools in England and Zimbabwe. He has a strong interest in church choral music.
Dr Joyce Simpson is a former Senior Lecturer in English and Head of Humanities at Leeds Trinity University, with a passion for encouraging others to love poetry.
Dr Rosemary Mitchell is a Senior Lecturer in History, at Leeds Trinity University, with a particular interest in the history of art.
Sr Margaret Atkins and Fr Richard Taylor who are resident at Boarbank will also contribute.
More details can be found here: https://www.boarbankhall.org.uk/index.php/whats-on/autumn-break/203-autumn-break-faith-the-arts-the-middle-ages