I live on the English/Welsh border between Hereford and Abergavenny overlooking the Black Mountains, where we offer space for holidays, retreats and workshops that connect with nature (www.warmthandwonder.co.uk). I am a project manager for the Quiet Garden Movement and work freelance on other projects. Previously I was
Warmth and Wonder is a special place to stay overlooking the Black Mountains, where we are creating space to rest, reconnect and be inspired. Space for retreats, holidays and workshops that connect with nature self-catering barn sleeping 4 available autumn 2015 plus
Working as project manager for the Quiet Garden Movement (www.quietgarden.org), which nurtures low cost, accessible, outdoor space for prayer, contemplation, rest and inspiration in a variety of settings, such as private homes, churches, schools and hospitals.
I am involved in the Forest Church movement (www.forestchurch.co.uk) and have been involved in a number of related projects, including writing a chapter for Earthed: Christian Perspectives on Nature Connection entitled The Power Of Nature Connection To Change The World. Whilst working
Working with the Diocese of Oxford we have developed Earthing Faith, a network that provides space for encouragement & support and learning & sharing for those involved and interested in environmental issues across the diocese.
Jubilee Centre, a community development NGO in Zambia, needed to develop a community mobilisation programme that would attract external funding and mobilise the leaders and congregations of 80 churches from four urban economically poor communities.