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A Pilgrimage to Sarum: August 31-September 5, 2014

Cathedrale Salisbury interieurJoin President Ferlo and Federation Board member the Rev. Gwynne Wright for a pilgrimage to the heartland of our Anglican heritage. Explore the sacred ruins of Old Sarum, the magnificence of Salisbury and Winchester Cathedrals, and the humble beauty of Bemerton parish church, where the poet George Herbert shaped the Anglican cure of souls for generations to come. Meet the bishop of Salisbury, the Rt. Rev. Nicolas Holtam, whose vision for pastoral care and social justice transformed St. Martin in the Fields in London and now marks the life and ministry of this thriving community.

The schedule includes a trip to Stonehenge, readings of Herbert's poetry, presentations from Cathedral staff, and ample opportunity for worship, quiet time and exploration on your own, with gracious accommodations within the historic Cathedral Close.

pdfDownload a brochure and visit MTS Travel online to reserve a spot.

photo credit:  Bernard Gagon

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