Welcome to Burning Bush Barn!

'its just so nice to be in a real place of rest. I feel my shoulders drop in here. Thank you!'

When we are able to be generally open, our hours are 1-4pm Thursdays to Sundays. However we are sometimes closed between major events or exhibitions. If you unsure, do please check before setting out on your journey to visit us!
We also have other things taking place at the Barn from time to time so if you would like to be on our mailing list to find out what we have coming up, email us on bbbarn@gmail.com

This blog is laid out so that general information and regular events are shown on the right hand side, and special events and announcements are shown as blog posts on the left hand side. Please check both to see what we are up to!

To see a film about us click here! http://youtu.be/52uGH6Z5zL0

Events for May@ Burning Bush Barn

Big Brekkie for Christian Aid. 
Thursday 18th May    8am - 10am
 Irresistible  porridge, artisan breads, homemade jams
marmalades, tea, coffee and conversation.
No need to book, bring a friend 
Return of the Sunday Teatime Talk.
' Eco Worrier to Eco Warrior '
Karen Whiterod
Sunday 21st May 5pm
With tea and cake 
Creative Workshop
Wednesday 24th May 10.30am - 4.30 pm 
Make words from discarded cables for a Nest of Hope.
Part of Karen Whiterod’s Hope Calling project.
(If you are interested in attending please contact Karen direct by emailingkaren@footprintarts.co.uk)
A call to prayer by the
Archbishop of Canterbury
'Thy kingdom come'
To end each day from Ascension Day (May 25th) to Pentecost (June 4th )there will be an hour of silent meditation in the barn from 7-8pm. 
Afternoon opening  of the Barn Thursdays - Sundays 1-4pm
 Begins again June 1st 

Good Friday Meditation at the Barn

On Friday 14th April there will be a Good Friday pictorial meditation at the Barn at 3pm. Consider how the Easter story has been portrayed by artists through the ages as you take a gentle stroll between the barn and the church.

The barn is open.....

The barn is open Thursdays -Sundays 
until Palm Sunday, 9th April
(we will then close for a short break over Easter)

Ash Wednesday sunlight heralds the message

Thou takest  the pen and the lines dance
Thou takes the flute and the notes shimmer
Thou takest the brush and the colours sing.
So all things have meaning and beauty in that space beyond time where thou art.
How, then, can I hold back anything from thee.
                                                                                Dag Hammarskjold

'Marking' : An Ash Wednesday meditation

Wednesday 1st March, 2017
11am at the barn 
Led by Wendy Shaw

no need to book - just turn up.