‘Poetry and the Life of the Soul’ A reflection and resource day, led by Canon Mark Oakley.

  • Event
  • Thursday, 30 September 2021
  • 10:30 am-14:30 pm
  • Regiment Chapel, Manchester Cathedral
‘Poetry and the Life of the Soul’ A reflection and resource day, led by Canon Mark Oakley.

‘Poetry and the Life of the Soul’

A reflection and resource day, led by Canon Mark Oakley.

Priest and award-winning spiritual writer Mark Oakley comes to Manchester to lead a day of prayerful reflection on poetry and its power to form us into the likeness of Christ.

All welcome. 

The event is ‘free’, but the suggested donation (on the day) is £10.

Biography of Mark Oakley:

Mark Oakley is Dean of St John’s College, Cambridge, a popular public theologian, and an award-winning writer on poetry, prayer and spirituality. ‘The Splash of Words’ won the 2019 Michael Ramsey Prize,  and his writing on George Herbert and R.S.Thomas has been universally praised.

Please bring your own lunch. Tea and coffee will be availble.

Please register your attendance here- https://poetry-and-the-life-of-the-soul.eventbrite.co.uk