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Pilgrimage in Everyday Life

Sunday 2nd June - Sunday 30th June

Exploring the Wisdom of the Cross…

‘A light at the centre of the world, a fire at the world’s edge…

this Wisdom Christ shines forth’

Throughout the month of June, Charlotte Wright is offering us a ‘Pilgrimage in Everyday Life’ with online meetings and resources to accompany us as we journey at home. Throughout June this year she will help us explore Bruno Barnhart’s Wisdom of the Cross and his ideas about the four poles or ‘movements’ in his cross mandala, based on the Celtic Cross. They are: Silence, Word, Music and Dance.

On Sundays 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd of June (5-6pm) there will be a Zoom talk to reflect on each ‘movement’ together with some of Bruno’s thoughts from the talk to contemplate. The talk will be recorded and together with online notes and catalysts it will be available for you to download for your individual times of reflection.

There will also be opportunities during the pilgrimage to meet for a Zoom conversation with other pilgrims to share your stories and your journey (Wednesday 5th, and Thursdays 13th, 20th, 27th June 6-7pm).

For those who wish, we will have a final meeting on Sunday 30th June 5-6pm (this will not be recorded) to reflect together about the experiences and insights gained during Pilgrimage.

For those who would like to view Charlotte’s introduction given in the Time of Togetherness on 21.4.24 – please click the link below to the video now on our You Tube channel  https://youtu.be/e8jvJNQrtkw

All of the Zooms during the Pilgrimage will be uploaded after each Sunday to our YouTube channel.

Information needed for the start of the Pilgrimage in Everyday Life will be sent by email to participants during the last week of May.

If you wish to join this pilgrimage the cost is £25.  There are full bursaries available so please do apply for one to enable you to join us.  You can sign up directly using the google form link below: 



Sunday 2nd June @ 5:00 pm
Sunday 30th June @ 6:30 pm