Meeting Cancelled - A Pilgrimage to the Holy Land

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This meeting is now cancelled — we will let everyone know when it is re-scheduled.

Monday 3 — Monday 10 May 2021 led by Rev Claire Hargreaves and Helen Belsham

We invite you to come on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Experience for yourself the sites where the most important events of Jesus' life and ministry took place, in Galilee, Jerusalem and surrounding areas. Whether you have been before or you are new to the Holy Land, you will be moved and enriched as we journey, pray and learn together. Reading the gospels will never be the same again!

The cost will be in the region of £1,800 per person sharing an en-suite room on a full board basis (flights included). We will stay in hotels in Tiberias and Jerusalem and be visiting Nazareth, Galilee, Bethlehem and Jerusalem including the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. (Organised by McCabe Pilgrimages).

Come and find out more on Sunday 29 March at 12 noon
at Merrow Methodist Church.

Bring your own lunch! Coffee/tea provided.

Enquiries : helenebelsham@icloud.com or claire.hargreaves@methodist.org.uk

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