You are invited to a ten-day spiritual pilgrimage, walking in the footsteps of John and Charles Wesley. This journey is an opportunity to:
The Wesley Pilgrimage is open to all lay and clergy leaders. For ten days we will explore Epworth, the Wesley’s birthplace; Oxford, where John and Charles studied and led the Holy Club; Bristol, where the class meeting was developed and Methodism became a movement; and London, where both Wesley brothers experienced assurance of salvation. As British Methodism grew, London became the center of a new missional movement. The primary location for this pilgrimage is Salisbury, England, home to a vital Methodist congregation once served by Francis Asbury.
A limited number of scholarships are available for licensed local pastors, provisional deacons and elders, lay leaders, lay lervants, and lay speakers. The deadline for scholarship applications is January 30.
|Cost:||The pilgrimage registration fee is $2,295. The fee includes ten nights lodging, most meals, coach travel to pilgrimage sites, and all admission fees.|
Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church