It is never easy in this digital age to take a step back from life to find some peace, quiet and time for reflection. We are constantly under pressure to stay connected and sometimes we just cannot find the time for ourselves! We all should do our best to find the time however to
It is never easy in this digital age to take a step back from life to find some peace, quiet and time for reflection. We are constantly under pressure to stay connected and sometimes we just cannot find the time for ourselves! We all should do our best to find the time however to refresh
Life in the modern world and especially in this digital age brings with it a whole host of pressures - not least to always be connected and busy. Sometimes we need time to just reflect on life and a space to feel calm. We really do understand this at The Royal Foundation of St Katharine and
In accordance with the core values of The Royal Foundation of St Katharine, Worship, Hospitality & Service, we have a whole host of events to welcome and engage with our community at London's hidden urban oasis. One such event is our increasingly popular monthly Supper Club. Next Supper Club - Wednesday 10th May The clue
The London Marathon is one of those annual events that always catches the imagination of so many people. The combined elements of competitiveness and charity are unique and should be celebrated. This is exactly what we are going to be doing here at The Royal Foundation of St Katharine for the second year running with
Folk - Pop Charity Fundraiser Concert We are all very excited at the Royal Foundation of St Katharine to announce an evening charity fundraiser concert on Saturday May 6th 2017! It promises to be a fantastic event with amazing folk music in our beautiful Yurt Café in Limehouse raising money for the charity Girls Rock. East London
Life in the modern world and especially in this digital age brings with it a whole host of pressures - not least to always be connected and busy. But sometimes we all could use a Quiet Day for ourselves, just to take time out from daily life for reflection, contemplation, or just to be. We really do
We've had so many amazing suggestions and people coming forward who want to work on things, and we are just about ready to announce the initial round of projects and events for St Katharine's Precinct beginning in February. But not quite yet. So we thought we would take a minute to reflect a little on
We were delighted to find this lovely article about The Royal Foundation of St Katharine in the retreats section of The Church Times (dated 29th January 2016) We are most grateful to Simon Jones, the editor of Third Way for sharing his insight and reflections. You might enjoy reading it below.
Everyone at St Katharine's wishes you a very Happy Christmas and we look forward to seeing you again in 2017. We hope you will enjoy our reflections on this past year and hearing about some of our plans for the future.