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We welcome individuals and groups from any Christian tradition or from none; for quiet days, retreats, study, workshops, meetings, training events, individually guided retreats, cell groups, Alpha away days and team meetings of all kinds including school governers and staff. We also welcome groups with children and young people for fun and learning.

The house is located in the Parish of Edenham in the rich countryside of Lincolnshire. There are lots of things to do and places to visit nearby including Stamford 'The finest stone town in England' and the quiet and ancient woodland of Bourne Woods. We are also five minutes away from the deeply historic Grimsthorpe Castle Park and Gardens.


"The whole area resonates with a sense of peace"


"Space to be with the Lord without other concerns"


"Warm welcome, the food lovely and the Chapel with regular services was such a blessing"

Keep up to date with all that's happening at the House!




Welcome to the newly updated website for Edenham Regional House.


A great deal has been happing over the last few months. In February we welcomed Fr Edward (Ed) Martin as the new Vicar and Warden at Edenham and in May the reconfiguration works began as we look to make the very best use of the available space to accommodate our guests, activities and resident Vicar / Warden.

We've also said farewell to Jane Clark and thanked her for over ten years of hard work and dedicated ministry among us. In June we were pleased to welcome Claire Day to our team as the new Housekeeper alongside Fr Ed and Peter Knight our administrator.


In the time since his appointment, Fr Ed has been settling into Parish life, leading Quiet Days and devising a new Programme for the next twelve months. Over the next year we look forward to welcoming, among others, Rev Richard Coles, Rev Dr Ian Paul, Sr Rachel Overton and Bishop Nicholas Chamberlain. 

We very much hope you will look to join us to experience engaging teaching, a warm welcome and a rich atmosphere here at Edenham Regional House.

Days of Reflection 2019

Friday 9th August 2019

“The Prayers of Jesus”

Quiet Day with Fr Ed Martin, Vicar and Warden

of Edenham Regional House

Friday 6th September 2019

“Jesus in Betjemanland”

Quiet Day with Fr Damian Feeney,

Vicar of Ettingshall,

Mission Adviser to catholic Parishes

in the Diocese of Lichfield

Saturday 21st September 2019

“The call of Christ in company with St Matthew

Quiet Day with Rt Revd Nicholas Chamberlain, Bishop of Grantham

Tuesday 1st October 2019

“The Call to World and Temple”

Quiet Day with Rev Richard Coles,

Presenter of Radio 4’s Saturday Live,

Vicar of Finedon and star of Strictly Come Dancing

Friday 18th October 2019

“Journeying with Teresa of Avila”

Quiet Day with Canon Adrian Ling,

Vicar of All Saints, King’s Lynn

Friday 1st November 2019

“St Paul, the man and his message”

A musically accompanied Quiet Day

with Rev Richard Rice-Oxley

Friday 15th November 2019

“Praying with the Saints”

Quiet Day with Ven Mark Steadman,

Archdeacon of Stow

Friday 29th November 2019

“O Come Emmanuel”

Exploring the richness of the Advent season

through the pen of the hymn writer

Quiet Day with Canon Gary Ecclestone,

Vicar of Hanslope & Castlethorpe

Friday 13th December 2019

“The Revelation of Jesus Christ”

How does the Book of Revelation

equip us for discipleship, ministry

and mission in the contemporary world?

Teaching day with Rev Dr Ian Paul, Associate Minister of St Nic’s, Nottingham

and Managing Editor of Grove Books

Friday 10th January 2020

“Quiet Day for Epiphany”

Quiet Day for the Epiphany Season

with Br Steven Haws

of the Community of the Resurrection, Mirfield

Friday 31st January 2020

“Jesus and the Jewish roots of the Eucharist”

Quiet Day with Ven Gavin Kirk

Archdeacon of Lincoln

Friday 7th February 2020

“Gilbert of Sempringham—a pattern

for our Christian lives”

Quiet Day with Rev Anna Sorensen,

Rector (designate) of North Beltisloe

and former Parish Priest of Sempringham

Friday 21st February 2020

“Questions Christians should answer”

Quiet Day with Fr Ed Martin,

Vicar and Warden of Edenham Regional House

Friday 6th March 2020

“Commemoration of Bishop Edward King

Quiet Day in celebration of Lincoln’s saintly Bishop

Friday 20th March 2020

“Angels help us to adore him”

Worshipping with the heavenly hosts

Quiet Day with Rev Dr Arabella Milbank,

Curate in the Louth Team Ministry

Friday 3rd April 2020

“Look upon the Lord”

Cultivating an attitude of looking to the Lord

inspired by the San Damiano Cross 

Quiet Day with Sr Rachel Overton,

Adviser for Spirituality

in the Diocese of Peterborough

Friday 24th April 2020

“I don’t give a c**p about Jeremy Clarkson”

Engaging with society, politics

and social media

Quiet Day with Fr Oliver Coss,

Rector of All Saints’, Northampton

Friday 1st May 2020

“St Benedict for today”

Quiet Day with Fr Nicolas Stebbing

of the Community of the Resurrection, Mirfield

Wednesday 3rd June 2020

“Ways of Praying”

A Quiet Day with Rev Richard Coles,

presenter of Radio 4’s Saturday Live,

Vicar of Finedon and star of Strictly Come Dancing

Friday 26th June 2020

“Creation through the eyes of a Saint

and a Pope”

Pope Francis’ Laudato Si

& St Francis and Creation

Quiet Day with Br Joseph Emmanuel

of the Society of St Francis, Alnmouth



Friday 27th September

Richard III and the Greyfriars Dig

A talk on Richard III and the Greyfriars Dig by Sally Henshaw. Sally Henshaw is a member of the Richard III Society. Her talk, lasting about an hour, includes maps and notes with her on the research into finding Richard III, the retrieval of his remains and reburial at Leicester Cathedral.

Sally Henshaw is the Branch organiser for the Richard III Society and lectures for them. Their web site is:

Friday 11th October 2019

Women in World War One

Julie Pirie is happily able to give her talk, which was cancelled last year.  Julie will talk about ‘the price of peace’ from the perspective of the fiancé, wife and mother using poetry and extracts to read.

The days run from 10am-3pm, suggested contribution of £10. Tea/coffee is provided. Lunch is a bring and share lunch. Some days require extra materials and may require an extra charge if necessary. To book a place, please call 01778 591358 or email

The Vicarage invites you to break word and bread every Friday and Saturday at 12 noon. Click the poster for more details and contact information.

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