Scripture is peppered with references to stones. Their permanence, when all else has fallen away, allows a story to be told which would otherwise be lost. We, as ‘living stones’, are encouraged, in our priesthood, to build a spiritual house with stories of faith.
At the close of our year of ‘imagining priesthood’, what does our ‘house’ look like now?
This Reunion Weekend is open to all members and will take place at the Noddfa Spirituality Centre in Penmaenmawr.
Conversation, conviviality and community mingle with prayer and liturgy in true CPW style for the whole weekend. Come for the whole or just the Saturday.
Chair: Anne Dixon
Organiser: Malcolm Dixon
Deposit: £50 per person
CPW are pleased to offer financial help through the CPW Bursary Fund. These bursaries are kindly funded through member donations.
If cost is a barrier to you or a family member attending a CPW event, then please get in touch via the enquiry form on this page. All enquiries are in strict confidence.
MAKE AN ENQUIRY:
To book online please follow these steps:
Once you’ve decided to book and any enquiries have been answered, book online by paying your deposit.
When you pay your deposit you will fill out the booking form.
To pay the deposit scroll to the bottom of this page and click ‘Add to Cart’ for the Adult Deposit(s) (add quantity to correspond to number of adults in your booking).
Go to cart (upper right hand corner or page), fill out the booking form and pay for your deposits.
Check your email for an email confirming your booking.
Pay your deposit and secure your place
About the venue:
The Noddfa Spirituality Centre in Penmaenmawr, run by Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Mary, is a Victorian mansion in lovely grounds overlooking the sea. The coastal resorts and mountains of North Wales are close by. Accommodation is mainly single or twin-bedded rooms, a few on the ground floor, plus stair lift to the 1st floor.