The Eucharist is the 'source and summit' of our faith. Together we will spend the week exploring what it means to live eucharistically.
At the heart of this way of living is to discover what it means to meet Jesus in the Eucharist. CPW encourages all to a full, conscious and active participation in the Liturgy through music, action, prayers, silence and proclaiming the Word. While Mass 'is a supreme act of playfulness', we also hope to deepen our sense of reverence and awe, taking time to notice how that affects us and our relationship with Christ: our living bread.
Employing a variety of methods to engage our heads, hearts and hands, and hearing from speakers and Church teaching, we will uncover the ways in which the Eucharist forms our lives and discover ideas to work on once we return home.
Chair: Rebekah O’Keeffe
Organiser: Brid Fitzpatrick
Chaplain Peter Hunter OP
Chief Helpers: Lorna Fitzpatrick & Tom O’Keeffe
Young Adult (Under 25): £250
Children Ages 10-17: £225
Children Ages 0-9: £170
Deposit: £100 for adults, £25 for children
Bursaries of £50 per person are available for this event through the CPW Bursary Fund. The Bursary Fund is funded through member donations. If the cost of this event is prohibitive to you or your family attending then please tick ‘Apply Bursary’ at checkout. The bursary will be automatically applied to your final bill.
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).
Add Child Deposit(s) to cart (add quantity to correspond to number of 2-17 year olds 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:
St. Cassian’s Centre, Kintbury, run by the De La Salle Brothers, is set in beautiful West Berkshire countryside not far from Newbury. The village is on a national cycle route and has a railway station. The centre is very popular with youth groups, and its tranquil 70 acre site offers ample opportunities for outdoor activities. Camping is available on this week.