What’s On

All are welcome to join us for morning, midday and evening prayer. Please arrive at least 5 minutes early to ensure entry.

Morning Prayer

7 days per week @ 9:15 am

Midday Prayer

Tuesday - Friday @ 12:45 pm (a simple lunch is offered after, donations welcome)

Evening Prayer

Monday – Saturday @ 5.00 pm

Open House

All are welcome to join us for Open House every Monday lunch time

12.00 Noon – Eucharist (please arrive at least 5 minutes early to ensure entry)

12:30 pm – Simple Lunch (donations appreciated £2.00 – £5.00)

Emmaus House is home to the Emmaus Community of St Benedict. Learn more at http://ecsb.org.uk.

Lunch at Emmaus House

You are welcome to join us for lunch at Emmaus House however we do appreciate it if you phone/email/contact us at least a day ahead. This will help us ensure we have enough for all to eat and enjoy.

Regular Groups

The following meet fortnightly. Check dates and times using the contacts below:
Listen Well Scotland (previous Acorn training or similar required): For more information contact Vivien Baldwin at vivien.baldwin@ruralaccent.com
Emmaus Healing Group (a continuing group from the former Christian Fellowship of Healing): For more information contact Emmaus House.

Quiet Days at Emmaus House

We have no quiet days planned at this time. For more information please email Susan Mansfield on wordsmansfield@gmail.com or call 07803 620038
















The Blessings of Autumn, Saturday 24th October, 10-4pm, including a reflective walk

“Goodbye, October, did we see the colours change,

or were we just too busy, rushing through the year?

Are we making time for Jesus, and the things he wants to teach us?

Can he reach us? Do we really want to hear?”

An invitation to take time out for guided and individual reflection to rest, recharge and think about what this season has to show us. Part of the day will be a reflective walk, weather permitting.

A Quiet Day for Advent, Saturday 5th December, 10-4pm

That first Christmas, nothing was straightforward. This is an invitation to join Mary and Joseph as they anticipated the coming of Jesus: the uncertainty, hope, nervousness, the sense of a future beyond their control. What does it mean for us, as we celebrate him born in us? Again, there will be time for guided and individual reflection, rest and creativity.

Each quiet day costs £25 (£15 unwaged), which includes lunch.To book for either day, please email me onwordsmansfield@gmail.com. Both days are conditional on sufficient numbers.

Susan Mansfield

07803 620038



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