Welcome To The Weekly Bulletin

This week we have lots for you to take part in and be a part of.
We would also like to let you know, Claire the Precinct’s Community Project’s Coordinator and writer of the weekly bulletin (yes I am writing in the third person!) will be leaving St Katharine’s at the of the month. ‘The Precinct has been an incrediable adventure and I have been blown away by the generosity and passion of the local community; and say thank you for being part of my journey. St Katharine’s has been an inspiring place to work and I am proud to be part of it’s long and important history. 
Contiune reading to find out what else is happening at the Precinct in May’. 

This Week

Community Gardening Group 
Tuesday 8th May, 10-4pm 
Spend a few hours with the
gardening group and help make the
Precinct garden grow

Community Singing Group
Wednesday 9th May, 6:30-7:30pm 
Take part in a little mid
week communal singing.

Board Game Night
Wednesday 9th May, 6:30-8:30pm
While away the hours in the Yurt Cafe

 and play board games till your
heart’s content 

Exploring Soul and the City 
Friday 11th May, 10:15-4pm
Join us for a quiet day
with Brian Draper

Coming Up

Printmaking Workshop with Vicky 
Saturday 19th May, 10:30-12:30pm 
Explore with us the process and method
of printing using Gel Printing
Plates and Lino

Open Reflective Day
Monday 14th May, 8-5pm
Join us for our monthly individual
quiet day and have have some space
and quiet in their lives

Sonic Meditation Study Group
Thursday 17th May, 7-9pm
Join the study group and explore the
compositions and Deep Listening practice
composer Pauline Oliveros.

Have a great week
The Precinct Team

St Katharine’s Precinct is a meanwhile community project run by The Royal Foundation of St Katharine (RFSK). The Precinct aims to build connections with and across communities through conversation, reflection, community projects, art and food. The weekly bulletin is a highlight of what’s on at St Katharine. More information about RFSK retreats, open reflective and quiet days can be found here