Cave, Refectory, Road

Cave, Refectory, Road, by Ian Adams is a slim volume (less than 100 pages) which explores ‘monastic rhythms for contemporary living. (Find out more about Ian Adams here) The blurb tell us the short, beautifully written chapters open with his own poetry and quotes from famous writers, encouraging us to explore more about what the monastic tradition can offer us today. Even in our normal, messy, every-day lives.

Read more about how we are getting on…

  • Some first thoughts here…
  • A meal and a discussion: Wednesday October 26

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