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Come unto me, all YOU who are Weary!

 

Join us for a BACiP weekend retreat from the

15th-17th November 2024.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Often in life we can feel that we are permanently juggling too many commitments. Even lovely things feel too much as our families, friends, colleagues, and churches look to us for support or answers. Like Elijah we feel like hiding in a cave... or at least turning our phones off and being with ourselves and God for a moment.

In the positive feedback from our one-day retreats, many of you spoke about how it would be good to have the option of coming for one/two nights rather than a day.

We will be gathering at Foxhills, a  warm and welcoming house is set within 70 acres of mature woodland and lawns in Cheshire which is part of the Chester Diocese.  

A chance to rest and hear from God and enjoy fellowship together, we will be spending time together in worship, prayer, reflection and Bible study.

Foxhills is ideally situated, being in a rural location, yet with Chester, Liverpool, and Manchester all less than 40 minutes away. It offers you peace and space for relaxation, reflection, and renewal. On its website it says:

We pray that you will find a space to help you connect once more with the God who makes the first move.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The cost of the weekend will be £215 for members, £200 for students and unwaged members and £250 for non-members which includes 2-nights’ accommodation in a private bedroom and all meals provided.

Join us for the day on Saturday at a cost of £75 per person (£50 for students and unwaged members)

Payment plans can be set up if required. 

PLEASE NOTE WE ARE LIMITED TO 20 residential PLACES so Book Now.

We look forward to seeing you then.

To book your place, please email administrator@bacip.org.uk

Please note, bookings are only refundable up to 4 weeks before the event. 

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Become a member!

Become a member of BACiP and join us at the retreat for the reduced rate! 

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