Saturday, 9 April 2011


 Comment may be done later!
On the other hand ....
... you may find that ...
... I'm too tired to comment!
The history of the house if fascinating ... and that is on their own website.
Our meeting room has a great first floor veranda and with sun shining all weekend it was a lovely place to sit.
The historic house has an oratory with stained glass windows ... some of the details are beauiful.
Along the corridor carved stations of the cross from the old chapel have been placed on a plain wall ... ending with a huge painting representing resurrection.
Scott is the centre of attention at Drumalis and greets all visitors with a gentle welcome.
The extensive grounds are perfect for walking and contain all sorts of treasures!
 We had the scripture passages printed for each of the talks.
 Then, in the silence, there were many little places to find space.  A small prayer room called "Horeb" is a particularly inviting corner.
 And, as always, Scott could be found just waiting to be greeted!
Many more pictures if you want a good flavour of Drumalis and grounds:

Most merciful God,
who by the death and resurrection of your Son Jesus Christ
delivered and saved the world:
Grant that by faith in him who suffered on the cross,
we may triumph in the power of his victory;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Collect of the Fifth Sunday in Lent
Book of Common Prayer. 

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