Upcoming Events

30/01/2018 - 19:00 Caravan CTM Chapel
09/01/2018 - 18:45 Cafechurch Tuesday Union Club Hotel
09/01/2018 - 18:45 Cafechurch Tuesday Union Club Hotel
09/01/2018 - 18:45 Cafechurch Tuesday Union Club Hotel
30/01/2018 - 19:00 Caravan CTM Chapel

Jonah and the Night Journey

The story of Jonah and the Whale is complex. It leads us to ask: where is God in suffering? When Jonah is sitting in the pitch dark in his whale, with only the smell of decomposing fish for company, a long, long way from the light of the sun, he sang a psalm of both lament and praise. Is God somehow active in the dark night of the soul?


Since ancient times, poets, philosophers and mystics have contemplated a holy trinity. The analogies have been endless. But it is a something, and it is mindful, and it is good, and it is moving in the world. Trinity is a three-ish-ness that relates to Spirit and its work; in, amongst and through us. Where do you find trinity? Seek it out in the everyday.

This is the 2017 edition of our annual photography as a spiritual pracitice exhibtion. See www.spiritusetlocus.org for more.

Tuesday Nights

At Cafechurch we think life is an adventure, a spiritual quest. Like all adventures, sometimes you're fighting dragons, sometimes you're feasting in merry inns, and sometimes you're slogging along a long, hot, dry path in the middle of nowhere wondering why on earth you just didn't stay at home.


On the final Tuesday of the month at the CTM Chapel, Caravan is time and space to direct our attention towards God. No matter if we are full of grief, or of doubts, or of joy: God wants us to come to him, to bring our deepest concerns, and our real selves; to anchor ourselves in the bedrock of the universe. Caravan is a collaborative approach to worship, through words, music, images, and silence. We bring ourselves, heart, mind, and soul, to God through our presence, our attention, and our responses.

Washed any good feet lately?

In John, the action Jesus takes to sum up his life and ministry - his fundamental thing, the way he defines what it means to be like him, through one of the more humble acts of service available: he washes the disciples' feet.

What if...

What if only those who have walked in darkness get to see great light? What if that's the prior requirement? How would that change your life? Jesus said that the poor, the grieving, the shut out are blessed. Is that you? If so, would it change how you perceived things?