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Retreats -
The annual publication of the Retreat Association

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Retreats 2022 includes the following features:

  • Articles and book reviews on the theme of Sacred Space - see further information below

  • Lead article by Rachel Mann

  • Information and programmes for 170 Christian retreat centres in the UK and beyond

  • Details of courses, networks and associations that promote spirituality and spiritual direction

  • Retreats with a theme - including painting, walking, Christmas and Easter

  • Individually guided retreats and quiet days

  • Retreats for the beginner

  • Map pages divided into regions

  • An index to all retreat centres

Retreats 2022 - Published in December - Order online or by post

Send a cheque for £12.00 (£9.00 per copy plus £3.00 postage and packing) to our contact address.


Retreats 2021 Sale Price 

Send a cheque for £8.00 (£5.00 per copy plus £3.00 postage and packing) to our contact address.

Featured articles in Retreats 2022 Handbook


Leaping into the unknown

Rachal Mann explores the gift of the pandemic in discovering the spaciousness of the Divine.

Losing the plot and finding home

Sara Maitland reflects on seeking – and finding – one’s own sacred space.

A network of green grace

Philip Roderick invites you to align soil and soul in a Quiet Garden.

Sacred since Saint Columba’s time

Joyce Watson reflects on the history and present-day life of the island of Iona.

Out of the depths I cry to you

Susan Rolfe explores the challenge of finding sacred space in prison during Covid-19.

Holy Ground, all around us

Brian Draper reflects on ways of being in the sacred space of Creation.

Labyrinth: space beyond words

Dr Jan Sellers explores sacred encounters I walking the labyrinth.

Sacred space in the city

Fr Ray Warren OMI describes a space of peace and calm in the centre of London.

Growing older with God

Julia Burton-Jones describes Anna Chaplaincy, offering spiritual care in care homes.

Paths of ancient peace

Maria Whitehouse tells of her discovery of pilgrimage routes close to home in Sussex.

The liturgy and legacy of lockdown

Cristina Gangemi, Joe and Pauline Apicella find new ways to reach people who learn and worship creatively.

Companions on the road

Alison MacTier reflects on the value of Spiritual Direction in today’s world.