Pilgrimages

Connecting with the Sacred Sites of Our Faith

Over the past few years, we have cultivated a culture of pilgrimages; of going out into the world to connect the narratives of scripture with the sacred sites of our faith.

Jerusalem Old City, Tower of David

APRIL 2018 PILGRIMAGE
TO THE HOLY LAND

Fr. David Peck and Fr. Rob Schoeck will accompany a group of 25 pilgrims to the Holy Land in late April for a two-week pilgrimage to experience where Jesus was born, lived, died and was resurrected. The group will be led by local guide Canon Iyad Qumri and instructor Canon John Peterson to experience what is often referred to as a “Living Stones” pilgrimage that combines visits to traditional Holy Land religious sites (the so called “Ancient Stones”) with opportunities to touch the pulsing Christian community.

 

Pilgrims will connect with local Christians, either for a time of worship in their churches, visits with children enrolled in Christian Schools or even breaking bread together for a meal in their homes. Stay tuned for more information about this life-changing opportunity!

2016 PILGRIMAGE TO ENGLAND

In 2016, 26 parishioners traveled to England to explore our Anglican heritage through the lens of witness and reconciliation.

2015 PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOLY LAND

In the summer of 2015, a group of pilgrims traveled to the Holy Land to participate in a pilgrimage through Saint George’s College, an Anglican continuing education center in Jerusalem.