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Date Posted: March 16, 2019

A 2020 London Pilgrimage

Anglicanism Through the Lens of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty

I wanted to send this note out now to gauge interest in a possible pilgrimage trip to London to explore Anglicanism. One way to approach our practice of faith is through the lens of what philosophers have long described as the “transcendentals:” truth, goodness, and beauty.

Will Gotmer and I are wanting to lead a trip to London to explore our practice of faith as expressed in poetry, art, music, architecture, and design. We will visit museums, cathedrals, abbeys, and other locations, and each pilgrim will take on research for a particular focus of our shared study.

The time frame would be near Memorial Day weekend, in May 2020, so this gives us time to begin planning now. Throughout this next year, we will have focused classes to begin studying the various artists, composers, and locations we will visit there.

If you are interested, please send me a note and I will begin compiling a working list of people.

Stuart+

Update: There will be a brief meeting in the parish hall following the 10:45 AM service on Sunday, April 28 for all who are interested in learning more about the London Pilgrimage.