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. St. Mary Abbots Centre, Vicarage Gate, London W8 4HN. (Tube: High Street Kensington, Notting Hill Gate. Buses: 9, 10, 27, 28, 31, 49, 52, 70, 94, 148, 328, 390, 452, C1. Street parking from 6.30pm).

£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 30th April 2015, 7 - 9.30pm

When the Shift Hits the Fan….

A talk by Ian Lynch... and more...

Miracle Cafe, Kensington

When your life breaks down and you end up facing being homeless, what do you do? What does it mean to become broken? Ian Lynch shares from his personal experience how the culmination of several major events led to him publicly reaching out for help and the consequences that followed. How do you keep your faith when the shift is hitting the fan? What happens when you have to publicly surrender your dignity and self-image? What is truly going on when the life you knew is breaking apart? You open up a section in ACIM which says that in developing trust, you must first &


Thursday 28th May 2015, 7 - 9.30pm

Parenthood and ACIM

A talk by Riana Avis... and more...

Miracle Cafe, Kensington

Children are such great teachers. Lessons come thick and fast when the demands our children make on our energy, time and patience are endless and seemingly inexhaustible. How do we learn to be loving, kind and compassionate parents instead of being racked with guilt when we respond with irritation and anger? What does the Course say about parenting? What guidance does it give? In this talk, Riana explores how parenthood provides us with a perfect vehicle for understanding the Course at a much deeper level and what applying the principles might look like in practice.



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