It is to provide an opportunity for people to discover an understanding of how pilgrimage enables one to understand at a deeper place the journey of life and faith, how the principles of pilgrimage can touch the ordinary in our everyday lives and how it may be a stimulus to discovering the spiritual journey. more»
Rev. Dr Allan Davidson and Dr Adrienne PuckeyImage: St James Anglican Church, Kerikeri.
Pilgrimage – Medieval and Modern:
the interaction of the spiritual and the secular. more»
You are invited to join us for a three day walking pilgrimage from Parnell to Puhoi. We will meet at 7:00am on Sunday 25th March at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Parnell. We’ll enjoy more»
* Book: Te Rongopai 1814 'Takoto te pai!'
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* Book: He marau mo te Rongopai huri ruarautau A statement for the Gospel Bicentenary more»
Pilgrimage is about engaging with a place and its people in a way that is different from a tour. Both have their place. On pilgrimage we pause, take time to reflect and to ask questions. Pilgrimage is a spiritual experience, often transformative, sometime uncomfortable.
As one recent pilgrim said: ”Pilgrimage takes you into the experience, and into the life of the person the place is about”. This echoes what one ancient pilgrim said: “Others merely hear, we see and touch.” And we do.
Song by Josh Jones