Prayer and Worship
At Lindisfarne, prayer and worship are integral to our way of learning, and all students are encouraged to participate. We are committed to growing a culture of generosity and hospitality to the breadth of traditions in the Church. This requires a curriculum, both explicit and implicit, that enables a student to be at home in their own tradition, have experience of other traditions, and be open to learn from them.
We begin each teaching evening with Evening Prayer, and conclude each session with Night Prayer. A Eucharist is also conducted once per term at the beginning of the teaching evenings. The form that this prayer and worship takes varies through the year and includes use of Common Worship, the Book of Common Prayer, and free style worship. Our residential weekends also include prayer and worship, drawing on a variety of traditions of the Church. At these weekends, students meet in ministerial formation groups to share their experience and to pray for one another.
We would very much appreciate your prayers as well. Please pray for the ongoing work of Lindisfarne and for all our students.
If you have some spare time on your hands and feel that you would be able to help us as a volunteer, we would love to hear from you.
We are looking for individuals with the following experience:
- Grant writing
- Human resources
Teaching and Tutor opportunities come up from time to time. If you would like to be notified of these please send us a request and we will be in touch.
Whether a general gift which we will put towards things like running courses, hiring new staff members, or helping students pay their fees, you can know that your donation is helping others fulfil God’s mission in the North East.
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