Virtual Admissions Meeting

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On Tuesday, 7 July at 4pm we are holding an online zoom admissions meeting.   As part of this virtual open meeting, you will hear from the Principal, Director of Studies, Lay Tutor and the Writing and Singing Tutor.  This is a great way for us to get to know you but also for you to ask questions about us and the course.   Please email r.young@staugustinescollege.ac.uk to book your place.

Changing Times – week 1 now available

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Week 1 now available – see our Members Area.  If you are new to the Members Area (and have not previously registered) register here. If you have already registered for the previous retreat login as normal here.

We are now selling facemasks….

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Facemasks now available on our shop……. double layer, 100% cotton.  All proceeds going to the Tattersall Bursary Fund.  To purchase pop over to our shop.

Changing Times – four weeks of guided prayer and reflection

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Four weeks of guided prayer and reflection on the changes taking place in our lives. Many of us have begun to question the way we have lived in the past.  How do we want our future to be? Amidst all that is happening is there a direction the Holy Spirit might be drawing us, and if so how might we recognise and respond to this invitation?  Drawing on the bible, the spiritual wisdom within the Christian tradition, poetry and the rhythms of change within the natural world.  Changing Times will explore the impacts, challenges and…

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Virtual Admissions Meeting

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On Tuesday, 23 June at 4pm we are holding an online zoom admissions meeting.   As part of this virtual open meeting, you will hear from the Principal, Director of Studies, Lay Tutor and the Writing and Singing Tutor.  This is a great way for us to get to know you but also for you to ask questions about us and the course.   Please email r.young@staugustinescollege.ac.uk to book your place.

User Login / Register

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Registration If you are a new member please follow these steps (Once you have registered to the site once, you don’t need to register again): Go to the registration page using this link: https://staugustinescollege.ac.uk/register/ Fill in all the required fields, and press the “Register” button When you register you will be redirected to “Login” page. Also you will get a confirmation email (please check your spam folder if you can’t see it in your inbox)   Logging In If you are already registered please follow these steps (“Retreat” and “Members area” registration is the same):…

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Universally ChallengeD!!! The Quiz

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Last year we established the Tattersall Fund, which allows us to give much needed financial support to independent students unable to meet the full cost of fees. This is very much part of our commitment to making theological education as widely accessible as possible. In these COVID ridden times, however, we’ve had a rise in applications and the funds now look pretty thin for next year at a point when we can’t get on with familiar fundraising efforts such as book sales, collections at services, and St Augustine’s day. To meet the needs of the…

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Week 6: From lockdown to retreat

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This week Chris Chapman will help us reflect on any movements of the Spirit as we look forward to Pentecost. As the retreat enters its final days a useful question to ask is ‘what is beginning?’ Francis of Assisi experienced seeds of new beginnings falling into the brokenness of his life. Might it be the same for us?  Chris is an Associate Tutor for St. Augustine’s. He is the author of Seeing in the Dark, Earthed in God and Send my Roots Rain: Refreshing the spiritual life of priests, and a guest director for individually…

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Week 5 – Turn lockdown into a retreat

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Barnabas Palfrey will be leading the retreat this week. Barnabas will be reflecting on the invitation that this inhospitable time may nevertheless bring to us, to become aware of, and respond with care to our ‘imaginings’: the different ways our mind draws pictures about what is taking place in the present or might happen in the future. Inspired by their Scriptures and by Jesus Christ of Nazareth as the image of the invisible God, Christians have often insisted on the vital role that imagination plays in the living body of Christ. But this appreciation is…

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Katrina’s story

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When a small voice started calling to me about 20 years ago, I asked a vicar friend whether that voice would ever go away. The answer was, “not any time soon.” In 2017, I was stewarding for ordination services, and that small voice was suddenly shouting incredibly loudly; “THIS is what I’ve been talking to you about.” …  Katrina