Welcome

We are a Christian place of prayer with a resident community rooted in the Roman Catholic Passionist tradition. We welcome people who share our values and we invite you to enjoy our hospitality.

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Retreats

We are delighted to share with you our revised retreat programme for September, October & November.  Following the COVID-19 outbreak we have conducted a risk assessment to ensure that your stay with us will be safe. We are now limited to 21 residential guests, but spaces are still available on our retreats, but hurry as they are going quick.  Click here to book on the one you are interested in. We look forward to welcoming you!

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Resources

Minsteracres is a beautiful 110 acre estate in the land of the Northern Saints. Within our historic buildings and estate we have space for prayer and rooms to hire for retreats and events.

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Gratitude, Prophecy & Hope Retreat.

There is still availability on the Gratitude, Prophecy and Hope Retreat lead by the Minsteracres Retreat Team, Starting on Friday 2 Oct at 7pm and end on Sunday 4 October at 2pm.Please click on the link to confirm booking. http://www.minsteracres.org/retreats/the-god-who-speaks-4/ .Booking enquiries : For residential group enquiries please click here  For individual enquiries please click here .You can email or Full Story

Relishing their stay at Minsteracres

Four friends are taking time out of there busy schedule to re-engage, relax and pray. They are enjoying the hospitality, walking the beautiful grounds surrounding Minsteracres including the Walled Garden. One of the retreatant’s first visit to Minsteracres was fifty five years ago and he has been returning regularly since. Please click on the link Full Story

Gratitude, Prophecy & Hope

2020 has presented all of us with new experiences and opportunities to reflect on our lives. During this retreat we reflect on our encounters with gratitude, prophesy and hope. With reference to the lives of some of the Passionist saints, we will explore where these perennial themes have been and are present in our lives. Full Story