Webteam: October 2019
South Warwickshire Circuit
It may seem daunting to complete the walks between each of the Local Churches in the new Circuit. But ... the walk could be a spiritual walk to accompany those on the physical journey. You can congregate at your church to follow on with those who are walking by praying the same prayers that will be said on the journey; you can pray for the walkers too.
We will be producing a booklet of prayers with pictures of each church, which will be available shortly.
If you are able to make the journey, do consider joining in with a leg which does not involve your usual church.
Sat 1st June Bidford — Welford
Sun 2nd June Welford — Mickleton
Sat 8th June Tysoe — Kineton
Sun 9th June Fenny Compton — Knightcote
Sat 15th June Stockton — Whitnash
Sun 16th June Whitnash — Cubbington via Radford Rd and Dale St
Sun 23rd June Cubbington — Kenilworth
Sat 13th July Kenilworth — Warwick
Sat 20th July Henley — Stratford
Sat 7th Sept Wellesbourne — Stratford
Please note the dates of the walks were corrected for this article
To read all the articles in newsletter 3, click here
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