Custodians of the Priory are sometimes told that we “must keep to Helen’s original vision”, the person in question being Helen Rawlings (pictured, with husband John, below). But when it comes to that “original vision”, beyond the frankly miraculous identification of the redundant St. Dominic’s Priory as a place for a new, mental health-related ministry, its greatest articulation came several years later in “the Priory prophecy”. In 133 words that so wonder-fully convey the heart of God for people, “a house prepared and furnished with love” is a place, a people, to which He will draw “the outcast” “for whom (His) heart weeps”.Autumn-Winter 2023
“Walking in the Wilderness”
Jesus spent forty days and nights in the wilderness. What can we learn from Him about finding our way through the tough times in life?
Led by Rosie Deedes
Saturday 4th March 2023 – 10.00 a.m.-4.00 p.m. – please bring a packed lunch (tea and coffee will be provided)
Suggested donation – £15 per person
Book your place by Friday 24th February 2023 by contacting Carisbrooke Priory on 01983 523354 or emailing