Pilgrimages in the UK and Ireland
Understanding the legacy of our faith is a vital part of being a Christian in the 21st Century.
Canterbury Cathedral © Visit Kent
There is so much to explore on a religious or spiritual tour of the UK and Ireland. From the splendour of cathedrals which took centuries to build to The St Cuthbert Gospel - at 1300 years old, this is the oldest intact book in Europe and can be seen in London, England.
York Minster is one of the world's most magnificent cathedrals
St George's Chapel, Windsor © The Dean & Canons of Windsor
John Wesley, founder of Methodism with his brother Charles, was a fellow of Lincoln College in Oxford (pictured below). On a tailor-made tour of the UK with Janet Redler Travel & Tourism, you or your group can follow in the footsteps of the Wesleys.
Many US churches have a European heritage which has greatly influenced the Church’s ministry today and we were delighted to welcome a group from a church in Oklahoma recently, pictured in Oxford below.
Salisbury Cathedral in England is one of the finest examples of Early English architecture and has the tallest church spire in the United Kingdom. Well known as the subject of paintings by famous landscape painter John Constable, the cathedral boasts the oldest working clock in the world and the best surviving of the four original copies of Magna Carta. It is one of the finest cathedrals in Britain and is well worth including on your itinerary.
Salisbury Cathedral © Ash Mills/ashmills.com
Strata Florida (pictured below), which translates from Latin as Vale of Flowers, is the romantic ruin of a former Cistercian abbey, founded in 1164, near Tregaron in mid Wales. This is just one of many historic religious buildings in the UK and Ireland that are fascinating to explore, as we trace the legacy of our faith.
If you would like to organise a pilgrimage to the UK or Ireland's religious or spiritual sites, please do contact us and we can put together a tailor made tour for you.