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RT @ElizabethBurke_17 of us finished the @PilgrimCourse on the Beatitudes today. People are keen to start the course on The Commandments after Easter Week 😇

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Pilgrim Presentation Day (1)

Wednesday 29 March 2017 with Pilgrim authors, Robert Atwell, Bishop of Exeter and Stephen Cottrell, Bishop of Chelmsford, at Cullompton Community Centre

Pilgrim stories

Because of its versatility, Pilgrim is used in contexts that appeal to non-Christians and where they feel comfortable and relaxed. Some churches have been kind enough to share their stories with us. Here you can read about the experiences of using Pilgrim overseas, in Australia and Denmark, in homes and churches in the UK, and how it engages enquirers on the fringes of church, and encourages them to take further steps on their discipleship journey.

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“Perhaps the most positive thing to come out of Pilgrim is a sense of fellowship and being on a journey of discovery together. Each one of us are Pilgrims and we all have a shared identity in Jesus Christ, wherever we are on our own individual journey. ”
Alex Jeewan, St Nicolas Witham