Retreat Leaders

Peter Parr

Peter Parr

Peter Parr combines working four days a week as a civil servant with writing and facilitating workshops. Part of a group called The Kindlers, he visits Quaker meetings around the country to lead days of reflection and exploration. He is passionate about enabling people to reflect on their spiritual journeys and understandings and to get to know one another more deeply in the things which are eternal. He has facilitated an `Action for Happiness` course, giving participants the opportunity to explore what really matters for a happy and fulfilling life. For several years, Peter hosted and facilitated an ecumenical house group, linked to the Progressive Christianity Network UK, for people to explore questions of faith. Peter has been a Quaker since 2005. His novel `Escape to Redemption`, which explores themes of guilt and redemption, was published in 2016.

Retreats led by Peter Parr

October 2021

9 October

Flourishing: Life in all its fullness

FULLY BOOKED - PLEASE CONTACT US TO JOIN THE WAITING LIST. "I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full." John 10:10 NIV. What does it mean to "have life, and have it to the full"? What makes me come alive? What prevents me from flourishing? What is the relationship between flourishing and suffering? How can I use my gifts to contribute to the flourishing of my communities, the earth and the world? Do come and join us if you would like to explore the questions above in a safe and accepting space.

Residential option is not available
Non-residential price: £35.00