Finding God in My Neighbour and Myself

Friday 28 - Sunday 30 May 2021 (4:00pm - 3:30pm)
Published on 25 Jan 2021

This is a retreat for those involved with the healing of this world; whether through working with those on the margins, restoring the environment, healing deep divisions in local community or working for peace, justice and caring for the common good in another way. We will prioritise those committed to, and currently engaged in this work. This might be through volunteering or paid work, part time or full time.

This experiential, contemplative retreat will offer a welcoming, safe, explorative and creative space in which to reflect and be refreshed.

We will use rest, silence, walking, art, poetry and writing to contemplatively and imaginatively explore questions such as Who am I? What matters to me? Who is my neighbour?

It costs around £24,000 per week to run St Beuno’s.  The suggested offerings indicated help us to cover our costs, but no-one should feel excluded for financial reasons and bursaries are available. Click File HERE for further details.

If you would like to donate to our Bursary fund and enable others to visit St Beuno’s, please contact us via [email protected] or speak to us when you are here.

For an application form, please click File HERE

For our Bookings Policy, please click HERE

Retreat Details


St Beuno's
LL17 0AS St Asaph


28th May 2021 to 30th May 2021
Standard Room:
En-suite £220 Simple £150

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