£8.00 - £10.00
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“Prayer … the heart in pilgrimage” (George Herbert)
Join us in Southwark Cathedral for a day conference of prayer and reflection. We will consider what it means to be a pilgrim on the Christian journey – in your heart, in your head or on your feet.
- Dr Meg Warner, who is an Old Testament scholar and author of books on Abraham
- Bishop Christopher, who has been Bishop of Southwark since 2011
Some run in the morning; some in the afternoon. You will be asked to choose workshops on the Checkout page when you book your ticket. Each workshop has limited places, so you need to book in advance to secure the workshops you want to attend.
Hospitality on the journey
Meeting God through hospitality, with a focus on Genesis 18-19
On the go with God
Using your daily commute as a time of encounter with God
Walking the Labyrinth
A labyrinth has been used since the 4th century as a support for prayer
Simple dances, taught and used prayerfully right here in the cathedral
A solo walk of prayer around the area, following directions from a printed guide
The Experience of Pilgrimage
Bishop Christopher Chessun
The bishop reflects on pilgrimages he has taken and how he met God on the journey
Hearing God’s Call
Hearing God’s call and taking the next step on life’s journey
Spiritual Direction; A Companion for the Journey
Spiritual direction as a way of sharing life’s sacred journey with a soul friend
Celtic Pilgrimage: Connecting People and Place
The harmonious relationship between humans and God’s creation in early British Christianity
Creativity as Pilgrimage
Dawn Pointing and Nicola Mason
A hands-on exploration of creativity as an expression of prayer
Organising a Pilgrimage
Where, why, who and how? A practical guide to organising a pilgrimage
Thomas Merton: Humility as the Gateway to Spiritual Transformation
An exploration of a more missional way of engaging with group meditation
“I Taught you to Walk”
Tracing your life story as a pilgrimage and finding God’s footprints
Walking the Camino
Stories from a pilgrim about Spain’s much-travelled Camino de Santiago de Compestela
How Lovely on the Mountains
A Bible exploration about feet and walking
All this will take place in the context of uplifting worship.
Prayer stations and a marketplace of stalls will be open throughout the day.
Tickets cost £8.00 when you book by clicking ‘Tickets’ on this page. The price rises to £10.00 on the door if you have not booked in advance.
The day will begin with refreshments. Lunch is not included in the price. You are welcome to bring your own, to visit the Cathedral’s Refectory Cafe, or to choose from the many food stalls in neighbouring Borough Market.
Please address any queries to Zoe Skilton by email