Pilgrimage of Unity

The Council of Churches of Western Australia are offering an amazing opportunity to explore the City of Perth church denominations in this year’s Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, ending with a pilgrimage march.

The Pilgrimage for Unity will be launched at Elizabeth Quay by the Lord Mayor of the City of Perth and the Heads of Churches on Monday 9 May, 12noon.

The week will continue with events at all the city churches. There are many interesting things to choose from, such as the bell ringing rehearsal at St George’s Cathedral; a guided tour of St Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church; a talk and tour of the Baptist Church; or Mass, a tour and a talk at St Mary’s Cathedral.

The Council of Churches of Western Australia will be offering you the chance to register for this event, receive a passport which will be stamped as you attend the different churches and be given information about your fellow Christians.

The week will end on Pentecost Sunday 15 May, when we will undertake the Pilgrimage for Unity starting at 1.00pm with worship at St Mary’s Cathedral, a walk down to Uniting Church in the City, Wesley Perth, finishing with Evensong at St George’s Cathedral.

Be excited to explore; be prepared to be surprised as you are led on this pilgrimage by the Holy Spirit.

For more information contact Rev Frances Hadfield on 0410 698 595.

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