Recently the Reverend James Percival, Rector of Limpsfield & Titsey at St Peter’s Limpsfield, made a very special journey to Israel and Palestine to gain first-hand knowledge of an area so important to many faiths. From Wednesday January 11th, he will be running four sessions on his study pilgrimage; covering geography, history, theology and sacred stories – past, present and future.
Everyone is welcome – all faiths or no faith – and no questions are off the table! There will be separate sessions for children.
Every Wednesday from 11 January – 1 February, covering the following topics:
11 Jan: Bethlehem and the River Jordan
18 Jan: Nazareth and Galilee
25 Jan: Jews, Christians and Muslims
1 Feb: Jerusalem -the way of the Cross and the Resurrection
Afternoons: 12.30-2pm (Adults; little ones also welcome); Evenings 8-9.30pm (Adults & Young people 13+). Held in St Peter’s Church, Millennium Room.
These specially tailored sessions designed for school-aged children with adults (little ones welcome) are a chance for kids to learn about the Holy Lands and the origin of the gospel stories through words, pictures and activities.
These will be held on the same four Wednesdays from 11 January in the Millennium Room.
After school 4.30-5.30pm.
Please contact James if you would like to come along or for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01883 722351
For more information please visit: http://lttm.org.uk/stpeters/holy-land-jesus-james-others-words-pictures/