Foxhill, Cheshire - ReSource Event

10 November 2021

Combining retreat and worship, with an opportunity to enjoy the house and grounds at Foxhill, and presentations on the work of ReSource.

Retreat Day 10th Nov Led by Christopher Laundau & Bishop Mark Tanner  BOOK HERE

This retreat is for all-comers, from all churches and denominations, and will include an opportunity to find out more about the work of ReSource and to meet its new Director. 

The programme will include times of collective worship and teaching from the Bishop of Chester, as well as opportunity for personal ministry as we welcome the Holy Spirit to renew, to heal and to anoint us for life and ministry ahead. 

Our prayer is that this will be a day of refreshing and retreat, as well as a chance to find out how ReSource can support your church and its leaders.

Location: Foxhill, Tarvin Road, Frodsham, WA6 6XB

Retreat Leaders:

Bishop Mark Tanner became Bishop of Chester last year. He previously served in local church ministry in Ripon, Doncaster, Wirral and Coventry and as Warden of Cranmer Hall, Durham, before becoming Bishop of Berwick. 

Christopher Landau is the new Director of ReSource, succeeding Kevin Roberts on 1 October. He comes to ReSource from Oxford, where he has been an Associate Minister at St Aldates and McDonald Chaplain with the Oxford Pastorate, and is now based in Telford.

This retreat is likely to contain:

• Silence

• Music

• Teaching and presentations



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