The Eucharist is the 'source and summit' of our faith. Engaging our heads, hearts and hands, and hearing from speakers and Church teaching, together we will spend the week exploring what it means to live eucharistically.
In this week, we will consider how the concept of priesthood developed from Jewish and pagan roots, and how it might be re-interpreted in the future. We hope to celebrate our common priesthood in our liturgy, and experience blessing and holiness together.
The celebrations of Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter are at heart of the mystery of our faith. On our Easter CPW we invite you to celebrate these Great Three Days by living, learning and worshipping in community.
Giving thanks to God is at the heart of the three great monotheistic faiths. For Catholics, this takes the form of the Eucharist. But what does this mean for our lives and our relationships with other Christians? We shall explore these issues over the course of the weekend with talks and discussions.