Enter In: Lenten Reflections on Community
We are grateful to Paul Hutchinson who lead our Lenten Learning Series once again this year. Together we explored and reflected on what it means to live in and be part of community.
During each 90-minute session we journeyed together using images, texts, prayer, conversation and silence. The aim was to form a temporary learning community that was supportive, stretching, nurturing and inspiring.
If you missed any of the sessions, or would simply like a refresher, the recordings and slides can be accessed below.
About Paul Hutchinson
Paul is a therapist, mediator, retreat leader, educator, writer, story-teller. He is the former director of Corrymeela (https://www.corrymeela.org) – the oldest peace and reconciliation centre in Ireland.
Paul teaches at Ulster University, AST, Dalhousie, and Toronto School of Theology. He lives with his family in Northern Ireland. Paul has been working alongside Islington since 2018.
His latest book is Between the Bells – Stories of Reconciliation from Corrymeela (2019).