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Participants in this drop-in style set of sessions  sponsored by the Emmaus Community will learn to nurture their creativity through writing, special art and poetry projects, and prayer. Weekly discussions, slide lectures and readings will emphasize Benedictine spirituality and relate to art making, art history, and spirituality. Suitable for absolute beginners and veterans alike!

More about the Guild of St. Hilda and Caedmon:

What does it mean that we are created in the image of God? What does it mean to live incarnationally?  We are called into these questions by our faith, and their answers can be discovered in our lives.

The Guild of St. Hilda and Caedmon promotes a model of being human that is creative and  embedded in a spiritual community. It is for all who yearn to develop creativity in their lives.

Interested?  drop us a line: [email protected]

Image: courtesy of Detail from "St. Hilda at Hartlepool" by James Clark (Oil Painting) [[email protected]/1751100099/ Hartlepool Art Gallery