Latest Festival Flyer update from Greenbelt
This year, our annual service of worship and reflection takes a different form. We’d still like you, if you can, to stop and share in it at 11am today (Sunday 29th August). On your own or in a group.
Our 45-minute podcast-style service takes its title from a wonderful poem by the poet Roger Robinson. Our idea is that we can all unite and share in it – wherever we are.
Some of us are at Prospect Farm, our pop-up community camping gathering at Boughton House. But we know that’s only a fraction of our wider, dispersed Greenbelt community.
So onsite we’re going to pause at 11am to share in groups at tents and caravans. Perhaps you could pause then too, if that’s possible? And if not, then set aside 45 minutes at some point on Sunday to join us in this act of shared listening.
We’ve published the audio as a special standalone ‘Somewhere To Believe In’ podcast episode on all the usual platforms. But it’s also available as a download on our website https://www.greenbelt.org.uk/communion/the-job-of-paradise/
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