Miracle Cafe

Miracle Cafe

Cafe Evenings are fun, social gatherings with buffet-style supper and a monthly speaker. The atmosphere is friendly, personal and focused on A Course in Miracles. We host a variety of speakers, each with their own unique style.

Evenings regularly include meditation, prayer, live music from talented singer/songwriters, socialising and networking, PLUS different speakers and activities each month!

  • * Hear top-name presenters
  • * Meet like-minded people
  • * Be inspired
  • * Eat delicious food
  • * Browse our bookstall

Regular day/time and place. £5 cheaper if booked more than two days before.


Heather Pozzo: "Healing Our Minds By Changing Our Minds", 29th November 2012. Heather about ACIM and the Work of Byron Katie.


Andy Cawley: "The Guilty Secret", 25th October 2012. Andy talks about ACIM and Kinesiology.

Upcoming Evenings

Thursday 24th April 2014, 7 - 9.30pm

Embodying Love and Grounding the Message of ACIM

A talk by Laura Berridge... and more...

Miracle Cafe, Kensington

A Course in Miracles tells us that there are two core emotions – love and fear – and that only love is real. The Course also speaks of the body – or rather the identification with ourselves as bodies – as the root cause of separation, pain, illness and fear in life.


Thursday 29th May 2014, 7 - 9.30pm (doors open 6.45pm)

Page 1 of 'A Course in Miracles': A 20-Year Spiritual Journey

A talk by Ken Gorman... and more...

Miracle Cafe, Kensington

This talk will cover Ken Gorman's experiences and insights from his own life examples from A Course in Miracles including:


Thursday 26th June 2014, 7 - 9.30pm (doors open 6.45pm)

A Hostage's Route to ACIM

A talk by Anthony Grey... and more...

Miracle Cafe, Kensington

Anthony Grey -- a foreign correspondent in China and Eastern Europe for Reuters world news agency before becoming an international best-selling historical novelist. He was also the first western hostage of the modern era, held two years in solitary under close guard in a slogan-daubed house in Beijing in the late 1960s, as documented in his recent new publicationThe Hostage Handbook. Nowadays he is both writer and independent publisher and his own latest book of short stories, essays and poetry is Resurrection in Guatemala.<



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