Spiritual Accompaniment

Who is a spiritual director?

A spiritual director or companion is someone who has specific skills in:

  • listening

  • helping you to reflect more deeply about your faith journey

  • helping you to reflect on your relationship with God.  ​

Catherine trained at St Anthony’s priory in Durham in 2018-2019 and continues to attend ongoing training and Supervision through the priory. She follows The Retreat Association guidelines.

Catherine’s own faith journey is of central importance to her and she draws on her faith and experience when offering accompaniment to others.

Who is Spiritual Accompaniment for?

Spiritual Accompaniment is open to anyone wishing to explore their faith journey.

There are no expectations or special requirements, just an interest in sharing your story with another person.

Is there a charge for spiritual accompaniment?

There is a suggested donation of £20, although one session per night's booking of The Nightfold is offered at no extra cost.

Is it confidential?

What you share is completely confidential unless something you share raises safeguarding concerns, such as if you or another person were at risk of serious harm. 

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

What is Spiritual Accompaniment?

 

Spiritual accompaniment is a way of meeting with someone - a spiritual director or guide - to reflect on your faith. Each session usually lasts about an hour. The director does not offer answers or solutions but rather through listening, reflection and questions, encourages you to discern and discover, acknowledging God’s presence in the time together.