EHA News

Letting you know what’s happening with the Eugene Halliday Association and our members.

New Reading Group

New Reading Group

If you are interested to start a Zoom Halliday Reading Group please let us know through our Contacts Page. No preparation is necessary. We choose a book by Eugene Halliday, take it in turns to read a passage, then discuss it in the group. An in-person group has been...

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Greetings from the EHA

Greetings from the EHA

We hope you are keeping well at this difficult time and are sorry we have been, and are currently, unable to meet in person. We have suspended our small groups and talks at St Luke's Church for the time being. With optimism we have booked St Luke’s Church for a...

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Affirmation Saves

Affirmation Saves

"Affirmation Saves," says Jesus. To go forward with our eyes wide open, and our minds and hearts too, is the true way. The world in which we live is a dangerous place. Everywhere forces antagonistic to life demonstrate their presence. Viruses and bacteria dwell in our...

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Study Groups

Study Groups

As we are not at present able to meet in person, we are looking to meet online, through Skype, to continue the Reading Group and Study Group. The Reading Group is looking at the works of Eugene Halliday, starting with Reflexive Self-Consciousness, and moving on to...

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Space for Peace

Space for Peace

This is beautiful - University of Winchester Music Centre - voices of many faiths singing together for peace, online. Listen to this morning's BBC Radio 4 broadcast (24 minutes in to the recording). You can hear a short history with June Boyce Tillman on YouTube. If...

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Pandemic

Pandemic

What does it all mean? We can see it as Nature’s push-back against mankind, a response to the pressure we are putting on the environment in which we – all sentient beings – live together. Pan, the Nature God, sending a message to all People. Here we are, suffering...

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No Yantra

No Yantra

As a member of the mixed Yantra group who work closely together at the bi-weekly meetings at the All Saints Church Hall, Hale Barns I believe I speak for all of us when I say I miss the discipline and companionship of our work. We are though still ALL together in...

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