Itinerary ideas: Pentecostal Heritage Group Tour

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Pentecostal Heritage Group Tour

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Holy Spirit Study Tour or Pentecostal Heritage (up to 7 days) Holy Spirit Tour (3 day) This ‘study tour’ would reflect on changing understanding of the Holy Spirit and supernatural gifts over the centuries with a series of reflections on key places and texts. On the first day we will reflect on what we can learn from the early medieval saints – Chad, Guthlac and Hugh of Avalon. Individual Days or Part Tours can be accommodated from this tour, please get in touch.

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Region: England, Scotland, Wales

Length: 7 days / 6 nights

Transport options: Vehicle Hire

Start and End: Flexible

Price: Please enquire for prices

Inclusions: 6 nights B&B and hotel, car hire with insurance, Entrance fees, Guides, sightseeing bus, Info Pack, maps, taxes, fees and financial protection.

Exclusions: GPS system, meals other than breakfast, optional activities unless stated, Flights, Tips, Visa's

Pentecostal Heritage Group Tour Itinerary


Day 1: Stow - Lincoln

Spend time today learning about the medieval saints and Margery Kempe This ‘study tour’ would reflect on changing understanding of the Holy Spirit and supernatural gifts over the centuries with a series of reflections on key places and texts. On the first day we will reflect on what we can learn from the early medieval saints – Chad, Guthlac and Hugh of Avalon.

Day 2: Beauvale -Thurgarton

Two great medieval explorations of God and we explore three texts. Reflect on The Cloud of Unknowing, The Scale of Perfection and The Book of Margery Kempe. Then we consider why the ‘gifts’ were rejected by the Reformation.

Day 3: Ollerton - Skegby - Mattersey Hall

Today we hear how John Cotton, Hanserd Knollys and others rediscovered the Holy Spirit and then reflect on the extent of continuity. We join in fellowship with the AoG at their Bible College, Mattersey Hall, and hear about the rebirth of interest in the Holy Spirit in the 20th century.

Day 4: Barnsley and Bradford

Follow the historical trails connected with Hudson Taylor at Barnsley and Smith Wigglesworth in Bradford, both great men who had wide and international impact. In both cases a proper trail has been developed linking key places in their lives.

Day 5: Sunderland (could include visit to Durham Cathedral)

Sunderland is regarded as the starting point for the Pentecostal revival in Britain, 1906-14.

Day 6: Wales

Tour of key sites of Welsh revival.

Day 7: Wales

Tour of key sites of Welsh revival.

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