Kersey was famous for its Shrine for hundreds of years. It drew pilgrims and enriched lives with closer connections to God and each other.
At the end of the civil war it was destroyed in an act of hatred and violence, smashed and left in fragments...
...on the 8th March 2019 the Shrine will be re-hallowed by Bishop Martin.
An opportunity for people from the parish to explore their creative side through pottery, painting, music and poetry...
...but also a creative space for stroke survivors; dementia cafes; bereavement support; and children with complex learning difficulties.
If you'd like to help shape the vision of either the Shrine or Kersey Arts Programme please email firstname.lastname@example.org
15th to the 19th July Dominic Upson will be our artist in residence. Come along and see him at work and maybe book in for an hour's lesson in making pots on a wheel.