Quiet times and personal reflection
As a whole community we engage with a weekly spiritual formation programme, consisting of a 50-minute session on a key topic relating to Christian discipleship followed by an hour of silence, meant for personal contemplation and prayer.
These sessions help you learn more about spiritual disciplines and traditions in the church and to engage in different forms of prayer and the rule of life.
We also lead three quiet days a year, each involving different opportunities for personal and corporate reflection, prayer and spiritual growth. (Read more about a sample retreat day.)
Annually, students are also offered an option to visit the Franciscan community at Hilfield Priory.
While many of our students live in homes and flats in the various neighbourhoods of Bristol, in an average year, a close-knit community of between 25 and 30 single and commuter students live in our Carter building. Will you be joining the Carter community this autumn? Read more here about life in Carter from our […]
Our chaplains offer a listening, impartial ear, as well as a willingness to pray with and for those within our community, whether you are wrestling with personal issues, or just needing a space to vent. We have one returning chaplain and three new chaplains joining us this autumn. Read more about each of them here.
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