We’ll be completing the Fife Pilgrim Way to St Andrews in April and May, having walked the first leg as a congregation from North Queensferry to Dunfermline Abbey last September.
There will be another congregational pilgrimage day on Saturday 7 May for the final leg from Ceres to St Andrews, a pleasant walk with a full distance of 9.5 miles. Transport there and back by train/bus. Once more, there will be the option to walk a shorter section, or to simply join at the end, when we will gather for a short communion service and then food and fellowship.
Our service in St Andrews in the late afternoon will be in the historic Holy Trinity Church, on its present site since 1410 and where John Knox preached in 1559. We will have fish suppers together thereafter in an aisle/transept of the church, before returning home. All ages welcome, as are friends and family.
David Booth is kindly co-ordinating a list of those coming – email or phone David on firstname.lastname@example.org (0131 667 0582) to book places.
In addition, the minister will be walking the three preceding sections on Mondays in April and would welcome any fellow pilgrims along the way! The details are as follows:
- Dunfermline to Cardenden (14 miles) – Monday 11 April
- Cardenden to Kennoway (15 miles) – Monday 18 April (Easter Monday)
- Kennoway to Ceres (8.5 miles) – Monday 25 April