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New Space for Groups


We are glad to announce that we now have day space for groups of up to 7 people which will be available from the beginning of February 2024.


A large room upstairs is available for groups coming together for retreats, quiet days, or meetings. Groups can  also be offered the use of two smaller, ground floor rooms as breakout space if needed.


This is an accessible building and room (via a lift) and an accessible toilet is available.


Visitors are free to use our gardens to rest and relax in and the house is a short distance from the Humber Bridge Country Park and the Hessle foreshore.


Visitors are very welcome to join the sisters for Midday Office and the Eucharist.


Groups may to join the sisters at a silent lunchtime meal if they wish, which can be provided with prior arrangement or bring their own lunch.


Light refreshments are provided.


To book the room a £15 non-refundable deposit is required and a suggested donation of £5 per person attending with an extra £3 if a meal is required is suggested to help us cover our costs.

Please see our Hospitality page on how to book this new facility.



Our new summer magazine is now available. Features include remembering Sisters Brenda and Jean Mary,  'Furry Friends' and  'Greenbelt 2022.

On Saturday 29th July 2023 we had a lovely visit from the Community of the Resurrection Brothers.  We had hoped to be able to sit out in the garden but the weather was a bit changeable! After a cup of tea and chat we joined together in our chapel for Midday Office and a Eucharist before enjoying lunch. 

Brother Thomas visited Sister Rosemary at Emmanuel House, who he knew from their days together at General Synod while most of the other brothers joined Sister Catherine for a walk down to the foreshore where they enjoyed an ice cream!

Visit of the Community of the Resurrection

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