It’s four months since I returned home from Northern Leg of Pilgrim Cross. What has stayed with me from the week? First of all, challenge and change. Challenge from the walking itself, from the (relatively minor) discomforts of sleeping on church hall floors, from the inevitable frictions entailed in the creation of an intentional communityContinue reading “Summer reflections from the North”
Online registration is now open for Northern Pilgrim 2019. studentcross.org.uk/Northern The next edition of our pilgrimage will take place from the evening of Friday 12th to Sunday 21st April. Over seven days we will be walking from Keyworth in Nottinghamshire to Walsingham in Norfolk, a distance of about 120 miles (200km). We hope to welcomeContinue reading “Register now for Northern Pilgrim 2019”
A few weeks ago many of us went to Edinburgh for a weekend. Early on the Sunday morning a few brave souls decided to wake early and watch the sunrise. This poem was inspired by that sunrise.
Last weekend a group of us made made our way by various means to Edinburgh. We were there to see, the wonderful performance of a play written and performed by one of our pilgrims: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/tom-duke-psychiatrist-to-the-paranormal Here are a few photos of an amazing weekend.
Reflection on his week of Pilgrimage by Ahmed Nadi Last February my friend Steph sent me an invitation asking me if I would like to join a long walk with student cross, and said it takes place the week before Easter with a group of Christians and she thought it might interest me. After IContinue reading “On my way to Walsingham.”