1 hour per week for genuine enquirers of Christian spirituality to journey together. No previous experience
needed – just a willingness to explore the depths of the real world from a biblical Christian perspective.
5pm until 6pm, Sundays at 121 Macquarie Street, Hobart (behind the Cathedral).
Soul Walk is A Spiritual Journey.Spirituality is not about ethereal and distant things.
Spirituality is about depth, the core of who you are.Spirituality is therefore about the real world: yourself, your relationships, your place.Soul Walk is a time to engage with the real world through Christian spirituality. It’s a time each week to “talk, share and reach together.” We allow the Christian Scriptures to move us, challenge us, comfort us, and provoke us. We are stirred to be active and honest in how we live life.Who can Come?Anyone can come. All are welcome.
You don’t have to hold to a Christian faith, or any faith at all. We ask only that you respect the engagement with the Bible and the accounts of Jesus and his teaching. We do not demand agreement; we do hope that you will be moved or challenged or encouraged in some beneficial way.
What can I expect to Happen?
The exact details of what happens changes from week to week. In general, you can expect
A safe group setting, where you are free to be you.
Finger food and conversations to share (BYO for both!)
Different people talking – including reflecting on an experience, sharing a difficulty or a joy.
A reading from the Bible to share together, or to take away and consider during the week.
An introduction to a spiritual discipline or some other tool for engaging with the Bible or with life’s experiences.
Practical opportunities to be challenged by – including various forms of volunteering.
Soul Walk does not involve physical pilgrimage. But it has does have similarities.
It involves the desire to break out of humdrum routine and look for the deeper things in life – the spiritual things – that give purpose and motivation and the context in which to change and grow.
It involves a willingness to journey, to encounter new people and new experiences; the Scriptures give us the pathway and the vista which may delight us on some days, and challenge us with difficulties the next.
It is a journey to which all are welcome, and where there is solidarity but also freedom for each to walk their own walk.
And no one can predict what will happen along the way.
Contact: Will Briggs
on 0428 695 156 or