Quiet Days

A time for reflective prayer and a chance to listen to God’s voice


Reflection and Prayer

Quiet Days are designed to give you the opportunity to give God your undivided attention, reflect on your lives in the light of his Word and respond in prayer. These days include an introductory thought from scripture and some suggested ways to spend your quiet time. After a few hours on your own, we come together for a meal, fellowship and reflection.


Quiet Morning Online

21 November, 9.30am–12.45pm


Join us on 21 November for an online Quiet Morning, very similar in format to our usual Quiet Days... except this one will be held via Zoom and you have to provide your own coffee, biscuits and lunchtime soup!

Sue Stamper-Iveson leads our morning and will begin with a short time of input and some prompts for a period of individual quiet time. After our own reflections, we will return together online around 12.00pm for time of feedback and prayer. Although we are only officially together in the morning, the ideas and material lend themselves to a longer period of time of reflection during the day.

If you’d like to join, please get in touch via email and we’ll send you the Zoom details so you can get involved.

Elrose Hunter and Julie Robinson

Quiet Day Coordinators

Elrose and Julie are church family members who organise the All Souls Quiet Days. If you have any questions about the events or would like further information, please get in touch.


Life Groups

In such a big family, where do you fit in? Life Groups are a key part of All Souls family life. Through them we support and encourage one another in our lives as Christians in the heart of the city.