• Here you'll find information about our upcoming day events programme. If you're interested in coming to any of our events please contact us to reserve your place.

    If you have any queries about what's listed, please don't hesitate to get in touch. We'll be glad to help.

  • Room to Move:

    A dance and movement workshop to explore the character of God

    Saturday 4th February 2023, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

    Venue: The Guild Room, Peel Methodist Church, Atholl Street, Peel


    We're delighted to be working with the Christian Dance Fellowship of Britain (CDFB) and Rev Johanna Smart of the Methodist Church on the Isle of Man to bring you this workshop.


    Johanna will be leading this exploration of the character of God through movement and dance. Movements will be taught or guided throughout with space given for reflection and rest. Suitable for all abilities - all are welcome.


    Cost: £10 (£8 concessions) payable in cash on the day, includes a £2 day membership fee of the CDFB.


    Places are limited and booking is essential.

  • A Crown of Praise

    Saturday 18th February, 10 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. with lunch option.

    The second in our mini-series exploring the life and poems of George Herbert:

    Calling and Struggle

    George Herbert wrote some of the greatest English poetry, recording a range of experiences including fulfilment, despair, illness, faith, hope and love. In this series of morning sessions David Shirtliff, Warden of Thie dy Vea, will introduce Herbert’s life story and a number of his poems. We’ll explore how these poems have the power to speak into our experiences of life today. There will be opportunities for creativity, relaxation and conversation.

    Each session will stand alone, so come to as many as you are able. Please contact us to reserve your place and to book lunch.

    Refreshments will be served from 9.30 a.m.

    Saturday 14th January: Joy and Delight in God

    Saturday 18th February: Calling and Struggle

    Saturday 25th March: Following his Master


    Cost: free but donations welcome. Option to stay for a lunch of soup and crumble (£12).

    A clothbound copy of Herbert’s collection of poems ‘The Temple’ will be available to buy for £10.