How to Use a Labyrinth!

Prepare to Walk. Take some time to transition from your everyday life to the   labyrinth experience. Remove your watch and sit a     moments and low your breathing. Still your mind. Open yourself to possibilities. Think about, or write in a journal, your intentions for the experience: questions, affirmations, feelings. Leave your personal belongings in…

Advance Notice for Sponsors.

The Rev’d Canon Simon Moor, his son Peter and two other friends are hoping to complete the circumnavigation of the Isle of Arran during the last week of August. In support of the last phase of St. Peter’s ‘North Wall Project’ the group will need to complete up to twenty miles each full day. There…

The Canon Returns!

The Rev’d Canon Simon Moor has returned from his 96 mile walk along the West Highland Way. A full daily blog with photos can now be seen at the Impressions from St.Pete’s blog.

The Week Ahead!

During the week a series of blogs will be published on the ‘Impressions From St.Pete’s’ about the vicar (and friends) 96 mile walk along the West Highland Way. Just click on ‘Impressions from St.Pete’s’ and then the ‘West Highland Way’ tab.

Delayed March

Delayed due to the funerals for two Huddersfield soldiers – the Vicar – Simon Moor – will be undertaking the West Highland Way next week – beginning Monday 14th May. 15 miles every day for a whole week. He is hoping to blog each day on ‘Impressions from St. Petes’ Sponsorship welcome for St. Peter’s…

The Voice of the Press

Three reports from the Huddersfield Examiner: The Canon’s Walk Grants for St Peter’s Huddersfield Memorial Book at the Parish Church

Press Release for the West Highland Way

The Legs Under the Canon’s Cassock are not just for Kneeling. Lent for the Rev’d Canon Simon Moor of Huddersfield Parish Church is not just about kneeling for his prayers. In the first week of May he will be walking the 96 miles of the West Highland Way over a period of 6 days. “…