All you need to know about arriving to and being at the Cathedral
Our Day of Prayer and Pilgrimage is a great opportunity to celebrate and renew our mission in our local communities. The Archdeacons in Canterbury Diocese are also taking part in the day:
The Venerable Jo Kelly-Moore is walking in the steps of those who walked first, on Saturday 8 June.
Starting at 7.15am at St Augustine’s Cross and going to Minster Abbey for an 8am arrival. Then setting off at 8.30am to Pluck’s Gutter and on to Grove Ferry then lunch at Stodmarsh Church. Archdeacon Jo will leave Stodmarsh at 12.45pm, heading to Fordwich Church and on to Canterbury Cathedral via St Martin’s. Click here to hear more from Archdeacon Jo.
The Venerable Darren Miller is walking the North Downs Way, 20 miles from Dover to Canterbury Cathedral setting off just before 8am from Dover Seafront on Saturday 8 June. Click here to hear more from Archdeacon Darren.
The Venerable Stephen Taylor is walking along the old Watling Way on Friday 7 June, starting with a service at St Mary the Virgin, Newington at 7am. On Saturday 8 June Archdeacon Stephen will join pilgrims at St Jude’s in Faversham at 8am to journey to Canterbury Cathedral. Click here to hear more from Archdeacon Stephen.
How might you listen to God and each other on a pilgrim journey to Canterbury?
- Any journey can be a pilgrimage
- Planning a pilgrimage to Canterbury
- 24 hr Prayer Guide
- Pilgrimage Prayer walk around Canterbury Cathedral
- Day of Pilgrimage and Prayer – leaflet
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