14 September 2013 a post by Bruce Stanley

Tyneside Forest Church

We are a group of folks who seek to encounter God in the green spaces and wild places around Newcastle upon Tyne and Tyneside.

We seek to be inclusive and welcome all as part of our monthly gatherings. Our first gathering will be on the afternoon of Saturday 30th November in Jesmond Dene, Newcastle upon Tyne.  We are still very much in the exploration and experimentation stages and all input is welcome.  We hope to be a family focussed group, accessible for children. We hope to combine walks, fun and food with meditation, dance, play, worship and helpful meaningful ritual as we learn, worship and practice with the environment we are in.

For more information, visit our facebook page or email the Group Weaver, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Greetings, I live at Saltburn by the sea. I am interested in your Forrest Church group.

Blessings Barbara

#1. By barbara britton on January 22, 2014

Hi Andrew
I am interested in your forest church group. I work at a church in Darren and we are interested in running a day at our church in April.  Can you contact me.
Many thanks.
Pam Barmby

#2. By Pam Barmby on January 30, 2014

Hello. I am a Christian who has recently started having mystical experience of god and am seeking a community where I can share some of these experiences or, since they are generally incommunicable, just be with others who have similar experiences and are able to understand what I am going through and the supreme peace and joy it brings. Can you help.

#3. By Duncan watson on May 11, 2018

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