We are planning to re-open in June
Assuming there is no change to the current Scottish Government’s ‘route’ out of Covid restrictions, we plan to re-open to residential visitors from 1 June. This will include access to and use of the renovated Church building, by arrangement with the onsite hosts and subject to whatever social distancing measures are still in force at the time of your visit.
To comply with current guidance, at present we can only accept a booking from either a single guest, or one couple, or one family or ‘bubble’, at any one time. Should these restrictions be eased before 1 June we will update this information, so please do keep checking. Bookings, which will be accepted on a provisional ‘subject to current Government guidance’ basis may be made from now via the booking form on this website.
There is a renewed interest in the way the Celtic church operated and the values it espoused. Their ways and values have struck a chord today with many people and have found form in places in the UK such as The Bield in Perthshire, the Northumbria Community and Ffald y Brenin in Wales. This is mirrored across European places like Taize and Bose. These places have taken to heart the Celtic focus on the three inter-related areas of personal devotion to God, hospitality and service to the community and mission to the wider world as practiced by the Desert Fathers and Mothers in the early centuries of the Christian church and the Celtic missions which operated out of places like, Whithorn, Iona and Lindisfarne. The proposal for a Christian house of prayer and worship at Sannox is founded on these principles. Sannox seeks to answer the call to rediscover the Ancient Paths and find rest for our souls (Jeremiah 6:16). It builds on the Christian heritage of Sannox and continues the song God started in the 18th century and at the beginning of the 19th Century.
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Always, there has been a special sense of peace and fresh inspiration to “keep the spiritual fires burning” in seeking to live and experience more of the Kingdom of God in daily living.
Drawing on that rich spirituality from the past, Sannox seeks to explore and help people discover the treasures of prayer, worship, hospitality and community in our changing world.
I’ve seen the development of Sannox as Christian Centre over the years, observed the incredible journey of faith and been there for retreats.
…a place where you could meet with God in ways that were not possible elsewhere.
…the daily rhythm of prayer and worship is so helpful in reminding you to remain present to God and to yourself.
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The Vision and plans for Sannox Christian Centre 2012
The Restoration of Dundarroch Cottage Accommodation 2015