This year’s Little Gidding Pilgrimage was held as an online event on Saturday 26 September 2020. This recording follows the Chair of the Friends, Simon Kershaw, walking from George Herbert’s church at Leighton Bromswold to Nicholas Ferrar’s church and tomb
The 2021 Pilgrimage is on Saturday 15 May and will be led by the Revd Malcolm Guite. For more information, to let us know you are coming, and to book Lunch and/or Tea, follow the link.
The 2020 Pilgrimage has been cancelled. Originally planned for Saturday 16 May, it was postponed to 26 September before being cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions. The Revd Malcolm Guite, who had been due to lead the pilgrimage, will lead the 2021 event which will be on Saturday 15 May 2021.
The 2019 Pilgrimage is on Saturday 18 May and will be led by Canon Mark Oakley. For more information, to let us know you are coming, and to book Lunch and/or Tea, follow the link.
The 2018 Pilgrimage is on Saturday 12 May and will be led by the Rt Revd Stephen Conway, Bishop of Ely. For more information, to let us know you are coming, and to book Lunch and/or Tea, read on.
This year’s addresses were given by Dr Bridget Nichols and the Revd Canon Tim Alban Jones, who took as their theme “An Exploration of the Psalms”.
There is at the heart of Christianity something of split – a dichotomy, if you’d prefer between the opposing forces of individualism and community. These two tendencies which pull in opposite directions are also strongly and markedly at work in
Reflections on the Psalms by Canon Tim Alban Jones and Bridget Nichols at the 2017 Little Gidding Pilgrimage. To read the reflections, follow the link.
There is a narrow passage in Cambridge, running between Gonville and Caius and Trinity Colleges. It is called Garrett Hostel Lane, and someone, perhaps one of the enterprising young men who lure tourists into very expensive punts, regularly refreshes a
Saturday 20 May The 2017 Pilgrimage is on Saturday 20 May and will be led jointly by Canon Tim Alban Jones and Dr Bridget Nichols.