Join us for a Zoom-based 90 minutes of explorations, good company and spiritual sharing…
Every month, for 90 minutes on the evening of the third Sunday, at 20:00 (London Time), a group of us meet in cyberspace to catch up, then discuss one of many spiritual topics, such as the recent ‘Being Present” – a talk that was being enjoyed so much, it ran over by twenty minutes.
Welcoming, warm and exciting… Come and journey within with us.
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