Wishing you a happy Easter with Julie’s beautiful arrangement for the Upper Room and our angel with camelia flower. With love & blessings from The Well.
The prefix ‘com’ stems from the Latin to mean ‘with’, pan from the Latin ‘pane’ or ‘bread’. In the Latin-speaking world, your companions were the individuals that you broke bread with and with whom you shared a common table. Wellesley Tudor Pole chose the word ‘companion’ for those who were to work together to safeguard the Chalice Well property. Rarely has companionship…
We would like to offer this post ~
in gratitude to all who are mothers; and for all acts of caring, nurturing and mothering;
in joy for all the ways you’ve found to connect to and support those you call family;
and in love for all those who have lost someone you consider a mother or child, especially those gone far too soon.
The Coming of Bride’ was written by Alice alongside her students of the Chalice Well for the Guild of Festival Players (Glastonbury and Street). It was first produced on 6th August 1914. The play follows Bride’s story
What are lichens? They are a mutualistic symbiosis. The plant body (or thallus) consists of two quite different organisms together in an intimate association; a fungus and a microscopic green plant (an alga). The fungus makes up the bulk of the thallus and the algal cells are buried within it. Or rather, imagine the fungus[…]Read more…
It is with great regret that our usual Winter Solstice celebrations have had to be cancelled.
All shall be well and all shall be well and all manner of things shall be well…
“We are one but we’re not the sameWe get to carry each other” Bono | from ‘One’ As shared by Gareth Lovelock, our Companions Registrar.
My soul tells me, we were
all broken from the same nameless heart,
Join millions on 21 December 2020 at 9pm GMT for the annual Global Silent Minute. We will celebrate by holding a Chalice of Silence from 8:45pm to 9:15pm GMT.