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Art of Spiritual Direction

The Cambridgeshire Courses in Spiritual Direction are organising a course entitled 'The Art of Spiritual Direction' to be held on Mondays during term time, excluding half-terms, commencing on Monday 17th September through to May 2019 from 11.00am to 3.45pm.

The venue is: The Stable Rooms, St Andrew's, Histon, Cambridge with a residential weekend being held at Bishop Woodford House, Ely.

The course fee, including the residential weekend, is £850.00

Further details of the course can be found on their website at:

To express an interest in the course please email the Course Administrator at:

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