I’m delighted to be part of a conference — Spirituality in Untrusting Waters — in Sydney, Australia in February 2019. The conference is a collaborative initiative of Uniting, Wesley Mission, Uniting Theological College and The Uniting Church in Australia Synod of NSW and ACT. Links are here and you can email for registration on pastoralstrength[@]uniting.org
A retreat in a day led by Pádraig Ó Tuama and Simon Harger-Forde and hosted by the Auckland Spiritual Community in collaboration with the Corrymeela Community.
I’m delighted to speak at the Awaken gathering in Auckland from 15-17 February. Awaken is a gathering for LGBTI Christians. You can find more details of how to book on their website.
I’m thrilled to offer a class at the Glen Workshop, run by the delicious folks at Image Journal, in July 2019 in New Mexico, USA. The Glen Workshop is a weeklong gathering that’s equal parts creative workshop, arts festival, and spiritual retreat. The class I’ll be offering is called ‘Poetry and Preaching’.
An Advent Urban retreat with the Wild Goose collective at the Iona Community Offices in Glasgow exploring some of the lyrics and music of Leonard Cohen. Friday 30th Nov from 7pm-9pm, Saturday 1st December from 9am-4pm. For more information (and booking) click here.
I'm delighted to do a poetry reading with the Inclusive Drinks group in London.
Inclusive Drinks is supportive social group for anyone in the Southwark Cathedral community. This poetry event will meet in the Millenium Courtyard at Southwark Cathedral, on 23 August, just after evensong, at about 6.15-ish. It's free -- the eventbrite page for the event is here.
I'm doing a reading for the Belfast Book Festival at the Crescent Arts Centre on Wednesday 11th June at 6.30pm. The readings will (mostly) come from 'Sorry for your Troubles' - it should be a lovely night, we'll have some time for listening as well as talking.
I'm delighted to be going back to London this June (Friday evening 6th June - Sunday 8th June) to lead a retreat with the Moot community. This retreat - called 'Human Encounter in the Gospels' - will look at human interaction in the gospel texts, and consider these accounts through various lenses: the lens of literary analysis, the lens of prayer and the lens of our own lives.