Introduction to The Sanctuary Course

Online

Join Lisa Yates, Sanctuary's UK Programme Lead, online for a friendly introductory session, during which we'll discover the vision behind

Free

Death Cafe

Space to Be Gyle Shopping Centre, Edinburgh

Death in modern western society is a taboo subject that people feel uncomfortable talking about. The way we’ve outsourced the

Free

Plants are our Teachers Workshop 3: A Morning with Moss and Lichen

St Mary's Cathedral Palmerston Place, Edinburgh

Over a series of bi-monthly weekend workshops participants will be led on a journey of learning from plants through deep attention. Different approaches to drawing, painting and printmaking will open up new ways of seeing, to build a conversation and kinship with the natural world. Workshops take place at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, working outside or in the shelter of the A+E project space (in the Chapter House). Participants will be expertly guided through different approaches to drawing, painting and printmaking by the experienced artist and teacher Sarah Gittins – with additional input from guest artists and ecologists.

£40

Don Cupitt & The Sea of Faith 40th Anniversary Conference

Emmanuel College St Andrew's Street, Cambridge

This conference, jointly hosted by the University of Cambridge and the University of Edinburgh, will examine The Sea of Faith Documentary, explore the six BBC episodes, reflect on Don Cupitt and his work, discuss the nature of the documentary series and the Don Cupitt Archive.

£45

Plants are our Teachers Workshop 4: A Forest in and Inch of Moss

St Mary's Cathedral Palmerston Place, Edinburgh

Over a series of bi-monthly weekend workshops participants will be led on a journey of learning from plants through deep attention. Different approaches to drawing, painting and printmaking will open up new ways of seeing, to build a conversation and kinship with the natural world. Workshops take place at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, working outside or in the shelter of the A+E project space (in the Chapter House). Participants will be expertly guided through different approaches to drawing, painting and printmaking by the experienced artist and teacher Sarah Gittins – with additional input from guest artists and ecologists.

£120

Plants are our Teachers Workshop 5: A Book of Bramble and Blaeburry

St Mary's Cathedral Palmerston Place, Edinburgh

Over a series of bi-monthly weekend workshops participants will be led on a journey of learning from plants through deep attention. Different approaches to drawing, painting and printmaking will open up new ways of seeing, to build a conversation and kinship with the natural world. Workshops take place at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, working outside or in the shelter of the A+E project space (in the Chapter House). Participants will be expertly guided through different approaches to drawing, painting and printmaking by the experienced artist and teacher Sarah Gittins – with additional input from guest artists and ecologists.

£120

Place for Hope Training: Faith in Change and Conflict

St Mary's Monastary Hatton Road, Kinnoull, Perth

Place for Hope is delighted to be running the ‘Faith in Change and Conflict’ Course in Scotland in September & December 2024 (two 3-day blocks, with an additional two x 3.5-hour sessions of online teaching.

£1,050

Course: Growth in Prayer and Reflective Living

Christchurch Morningside 6a Morningside Rd, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

This course aims to help participants develop and deepen their experience of prayer and live more reflectively. It offers the

£455

Plants are our Teachers Workshop 6: Carrying a Kernel of Hope into the Winter

St Mary's Cathedral Palmerston Place, Edinburgh

Over a series of bi-monthly weekend workshops participants will be led on a journey of learning from plants through deep attention. Different approaches to drawing, painting and printmaking will open up new ways of seeing, to build a conversation and kinship with the natural world. Workshops take place at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, working outside or in the shelter of the A+E project space (in the Chapter House). Participants will be expertly guided through different approaches to drawing, painting and printmaking by the experienced artist and teacher Sarah Gittins – with additional input from guest artists and ecologists.

£120