St albans PILGRIMAGE
The deeds of St Alban are remembered each year at the Cathedral and town named in his honour in Hertfordshire; Alban was beheaded for sheltering Christian priests who were being persecuted by the ruling Romans and has the honour of being England’s very first martyr. Giant puppets tell the story of the Saint’s life and martyrdom in a colourful procession to the Cathedral, which is followed by services during the afternoon. The procession is huge and involves many children in fancy dress; Alban (the puppet)’s head is carried afterwards by the Dean into the Cathedral for the noon Eucharist. At St Albans, Hertfordshire starting
At St Peter's Church on St Peters Street on Saturday 22nd June 2019
A Pilgrimage to Serbia
With The Right Rev’d John Perumbalath and a Serbian Orthodox Bishop. 26th August - 3rd September
Walking Pilgrimage to the shrine of St Edward the Confessor at Westminster Abbey, Saturday 12th October from Notting Hill Gate at 9.30am.