Holy Ground May 2017
Monday 8th May 2017
On the second Sunday of each month a growing congregation gathers in the Nave of the Cathedral for the service of Holy Ground. It's an exciting opportunity to explore, question and express Christian spirituality and values in a beautiful and ancient setting. Holy Ground combines creative approaches to spirituality with stimulating and open-minded discussions about Christianity and its contexts, as well as creating spaces for quiet reflection upon God, ourselves and the world.
The service offers a chance for those from all Christian traditions to explore their ideas and beliefs in the open and generous setting of Exeter Cathedral, as well as a place for all those who are simply curious about Christianity and about God, irrespective of background or tradition.
We are delighted that our guest on Sunday 14th May will be the Revd Rachel Mann. She is a parish priest, broadcaster and poet based in Manchester. Author of four books including the bestselling ‘Dazzling Darkness’ she is Minor Canon and Poet in Residence at Manchester Cathedral. Her latest book, ‘Fierce Imaginings: The Great War, Ritual, Memory and God’ (DLT: 2017) is out now.
The service begins at 19.00 and everyone is warmly welcome.