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Join Nan on the Pilgrim’s Journey

4/12/2023 – 9/12/2023

At this time of violence and unrest in the land of Jesus’ birth, Nan and Andrew Sully (Head of Christian Aid Wales) are walking the Pilgrims’ Path in the name of the Prince of Peace, who was born in a village on the West Bank to a poor mother, in solidarity with people of that country and to pray that the eternal message of peace on earth will finally prevail.

They will call into communities along the way to meet Christian Aid supporters. As Christmas approaches there will be an opportunity in every community to share our hopes for a world of peace and tranquility through reflection and carol singing. A warm welcome is extended to everyone to join them at the locations and times listed below:

Along the journey they are raising money for Christian Aid, and you are able to donate via the link below:

https://justgiving.com/page/pererindodheddwch

The Pilgrims Path, from Bangor to Aberdaron, is about fifty miles along North Wales. Aberdaron overlooks Bardsey Island, the resting place, according to tradition, of 20,000 saints. It was the focal point for many centuries for pilgrims.