Gardens of Eve: a film about women’s experiences of faith

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From 8 to 21 August 2015, fifty women between 19 and 73 years moved into the vast monastery building in Mariensee, Germany, to create the first ever European ecumenical ‘Pop Up Monastery’ and to share the life with the women who live there in community.

The participants were from 17 European countries, and from various Christian denominations: Orthodox and Quakers, Methodists, Protestants, Catholics and spiritual seekers.

A rhythm of prayer, silence, tasks and workshops structured the day, but there was also room for celebration and exchange. Women were given the opportunity to seek time out of their busy lives and to meet women from all generations, denominations and cultural backgrounds.

This project was five years in the making, and the film ‘Gardens of Eve’ follows the women leading the project, as well as participants, as they uncover what it means to have faith, to live in community, to be searching, and to support one another on our journeys.

Watch the film here – http://www.efecw.net/index.php/publications/efecw-videos.html

The film is a project of the Ecumenical Forum of European Christian Women, and was funded by the Methodist Church in Britain.

Posted by: Terrie Robinson | Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017
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