Following in the footsteps of the Celtic Saints

by Michael Ford last modified 02 Oct, 2019 10:04 AM

If you have ever wanted to go on a guided pilgrimage following in the footsteps of the early Celtic saints, then 2020 is the year for you.

A series of Christian pilgrimages to the more remote parts of Britain and Ireland is being organised by the non-profit-making and highly experienced Journeying Team.

David Gleed,from the Team, explains:

"We offer a warm Christian welcome to all.

"Our aim is to enable any walker, hiker, pilgrim to choose a journey that is right for them. Exploring the outdoors is all part of the Journeying experience.

"Journeying started life in 1988, leading small groups of people on pilgrimage. We remain non-profit-seeking with a spiritual ethos and a faith journey in a small, informal, personal way.

"Leaders are volunteers and come from all walks of life, and from a wide range of denominations, from ordained ministers to charity workers and business people. They are all experienced in leading group walking holidays and have discovered a closeness to God through travel to remote places and have a passion to share this with others.

"Our aim is to enable any walker, hiker, pilgrim to choose a journey that is right for them. Exploring the outdoors is all part of the Journeying experience."

Below is the 2020 Journeying Holiday Programme:
27th April - 4th May Magic Mull, including Staffa, Iona and the Treshnish Isles and the Island of Mull
16th - 23rd May North Wales Odyssey
22nd – 25th May Llangors Lake and the Brecon Beacons
27th June - 3rd July Way of St David, St Davids, Pembrokeshire
13th - 18th July Croagh Patrick, Ireland's Holy Mountain, Co Mayo, Ireland
18th - 24th July Way of St David, St Davids, Pembrokeshire
15th - 21st August Way of St David, St Davids, Pembrokeshire

If you would like further details, including photographs about Journeying and the 2020 programme, contact them via i.

www.journeying.co.uk

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