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London: Art workshops in Lent
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There are a number of art workshops and events taking place across London throughout Lent, at the Hurtado Centre in Wapping, the De Mazenod Centre at Tower Hill and Ealing Abbey. See details below or check ICN's Listing pages for more information.

Watercolour workshops

Saturday 4th March and 1st April 10 am for 10.30am - 4pm
At the Hurtado Centre, 2 Chandler St, Wapping E1W
Lunch: Turk's head or Town of Ramsgate pub, Cost: £12
Contact: Clive Lee (07903 390468) Rosaleen Walsh
Inspiration: Please bring objects for painting still life/ inspiration

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Sr Sheila Gosney is running a Lent Retreat on Saturday 11th March 10.30 am - 4pm
Laughter came from every brick' St Teresa of Avila Looking at the theme of enjoyment!
DeMazenod Centre, 62 Chamber St, Tower Hill, E1 8BL
Please book via Fr Oliver on demazenodhouse@oblates.co.uk
Please bring a packed lunch/ Wetherspoons nearby.
For more information see: Sr Shiela Gosney - Christian Artists http://www.christianartists.org.uk/page810.html

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Judy Masters is running a follow up Jesse Tree Creativity and Spiritual Retreat Day

DeMazenod House, 62 Chamber St. London E1 7BL
Saturday 18 March at 10:30 for 11am start.
Contact Judy direct on 07944490072.

Throughout Lent, Karolina Stolarska is running a creative prayer group for Lent at Ealing Abbey - where participants will be creating visual art in response to Scripture and themes from The Little Way of St Therese of Lisieux.

For more information see: http://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=32011

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Tags: art workshops, De Mazenod Centre, Ealing Abbey, Hurtado Centre, Judy Masters, Karolina Stolarska, Sr Sheila Gosney


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