male spirituality

New spirituality section to this website

We have now started to develop a new spirituality section on this website, that gives easier access to the online prayer resources, as well as information on meditation, prayer development, pastoral care and support that we offer through Moot at St Mary Aldermary’s.  So do check this out, which will be developing as we expand our resources and events to open up Christian spirituality in the City of London. To see more click here   We hope in time to create an app for smart phones to access these resources more easily.  Discussions have begun for this.

This site is about to go through substantial development, with revised podcasting and blog resources with a one page archive of all podcasts, along with a new book stall of reviewed and recommended books, a new Host cafe subpage and much more.  These changes will be rolled out between October 2012 and February 2013.

POSTED 05.10.12 BY: ianmobsby | Comments Off on New spirituality section to this website

Day for Men at Moot

‘A young man who cannot weep is a savage;

An old man who cannot laugh is a fool’



Saturday 21st April, 9.30 – 4.00, at St Mary Aldermary.

Bring a drum if you can. A simple lunch will be provided.


A chance for men to explore the male journey of life, no experience needed!  The day will include discussion and time for contemplation.

Come if you have had no contact with this work before, or if you are going on the Rites of Passage this June (places still available at or if you are initiated and want to tap into the energy again.

This will also be a chance to talk with a group of men who have been meeting monthly to see if this might be something for you.

Enter liminal space for a day in the heart of the city with men who wish to grow up before they grow old. Share time amid paradox at the heart of Christianity.

Tell your friends – word of mouth is the best way to build this up.

Email if you intend to come:

‘At some point in time, a man needs to embark on a risky journey. It’s a necessary adventure that takes him into uncertainty, and it almost always involves some form of difficulty or failure. On this journey the man learns to trust God more than he trusts a sense of right and wrong or his own sense of self-worth.’  Richard Rohr


POSTED 03.04.12 BY: Moot Archive | Comments Off on Day for Men at Moot