A 3.6 mile jaunt, with a brief canal boat trip and a picnic in the gardens of the Community of the Resurrection.
Saturday 12 November – a route around faith centres in Huddersfield Town Centre. Can you identify the places visited over the four hour stroll? Clarehill, St. John’s Church, Birkby and Fartown Sikh Temple were not photographed.
Good Friday Witness
Churches Together in Huddersfield Town Centre walked, read scripture, carried a cross and witnessed to this most holy of days. (And the sun shone.)
Cumbria Coastal Way
Over the next few days, Rev Canon Simon Moor, Peter, his son, along with Chris (the same team that walked The Great Glen Way and The Arran Coastal Way) are walking 60+ miles of the Cumbria Coastal Way for sponsorship in aid of church lighting. There will be a regular blog following their progress available…
Walk of Friendship
Join in a journey between some of the spiritual centers of Huddersfield. All are Welcome!
Great Glen Way – Completed!
Simon, Peter and Chris have now completed their 80 mile trek along the Great Glen Way. You can read the blog, complete with pictures, detailing how they got on and any humorous goings-on that occurred. (see this link) Sponsors are still welcome in aid of the North Wall Project and the Bell Clappers Fund. Those…
Great Glen Way
On Sunday 22nd June, Rev’d Canon Simon Moor and Peter Moor, along with Chris Ownsworth, will be going to Scotland to complete yet another long distance walk: The Great Glen Way – all 80 miles of it over a period of 4 and half days from Fort William to Inverness. You can track their progress…