Wednesday 18 October 2017
Arrive 9.45am; Depart 4.00pm
Led by Rev (Wg Cdr) Ruth Hake, MBE
What do we understand or mean by ‘vocation’ and how does it work in our complex lives? This day will allow you to recognise your vocational blind spots, to examine what it might mean to escape and evade being ‘pigeon-holed’ and to look at how it is possible to find God amidst the mayhem.
The day would be particularly beneficial for anyone, either clerical or lay, of any age or stage of life, who is interested in exploring vocational issues, and what impact vocation has on their lives.
Ruth Hake was ordained in York Diocese in 2002, and following her curacy at St Michael le Belfrey, she has served as an RAF Chaplain around the world. Her recent roles have seen her ministering in Afghanistan, the Falkland Islands, and Buckinghamshire. Married to Bryan, they juggle busy jobs with the demands of to lively children and a daft Labrador.
Cost: £25.00 including lunch and refreshments