Here are a collection of past workshops and projects. They are workshops that can be revisited should the need arise. Please contact us if you would like to discuss this further.
Jars of Clay
The first of our workshops based on the biblical text of 2 Corinthians. A series of 3 stand-alone workshops looking at the human condition, enduring treasure and indestructible hope.
A workshop based on biblical text from the book of Amos. It explores the interface between the meeting of individuals, preparing to meet God, seeking him and choosing life.
A dance and movement workshop based on exegesis of John 1: 1-18 and exploring the theology of the incarnation and the trinity while connecting with the living processes that make us alive, human.
Tree Of Life
A series of 3 workshops entitled Paradise Lost, Paradise Won and The Return. We delve into texts following the story of the Tree of Life as described in Genesis, right the way through to Revelation.
Heart & Bones
A workshop based on text in the book of Ezekiel, using movements performed by Ezekiel himself. We explore themes from Chapter 37 in the 'Valley of Dry Bones' and its relationship with the human heart.
A workshop based on the text of 1 Corinthians 1 where a paradigm shift is propositioned. We explore its implications for us as individuals and as a community using shifting shapes and shadows.
A workshop based on the book of Hosea- a story of love, betrayal, restoration and hope. We create a set design of everyday objects incorporating them into movement as we are pulled into an everyday struggle of competing desires.
Chasing Wind, Passing Shadows
This workshop is based on the book of Ecclesiastes. This is a piece of wisdom literature where the 'Teacher' reflects on his extensive pursuit of life 'under the sun'. He purports that it is a 'chasing after the wind' with people 'passing through like a shadow'.
This workshop is based on the book of 1 Peter, a letter written by the apostle Peter to believers who he describes as 'exiles', 'foreigners' and 'scattered' among the nations. He urges them to think about what they see as home, hope and security. We follow their journey and think about what this means for us today.
We were invited to run a couple of these workshops at the
Bath Women's Conference on 30 March 2019, in keeping with their theme for the conference based on Genesis 1-3. The workshop takes a journey from honour, through brokenness, to hope and restoration- and explores what it means to bear the image of God
This workshop traces the threads of God’s design in the life of David, as depicted in thel books of 1 & 2 Samuel in the Bible. David was a lowly shepherd boy, who defeated Goliath and became King of Israel around 1000 BC. We trace God’s hand in David’s life, exploring how this same God works also in ours and see how this fits within the tapestry of God's story.
We look at Jesus’ ‘Sermon on the Mount’ from Matthew’s Gospel. His teaching cuts through the veneer of hypocrisy, it pierces the heart, but lifts the lowly in spirit. We explore the paradox of how the journey up - is down… and discover what Jesus means, to truly know God.
Flame and Valley
A workshop exploring how people face adversity. We take a journey with the texts Daniel 3 and Psalm 23 and begin to discover courage in vulnerabilty, faith unyielding, love unfailing, and hope everlasting. We provide a space to process, reflect in a genuine time of nurturing and strengthening.
A workshop about living in times of transition and change. We read through Isaiah 56-66 to explore the depth of the human heart, the strength of the human spirit and the resilience that comes from hope, and provide a space to pause in the midst of all activity to reflect how we might respond in these times.
A workshop exploring the unseen inner life of faith and the hidden realities that might shape how we live our visible everyday lives. We delve into the book of Ephesians to grasp the depths of love, grace, power, peace and hope - blessings that can permeate and transform lives and communities amidst the real battles of everyday life.