What’s Pilgrimage? 5-2

This Saturday! 5-7 p.m.

Come to the Great Hall for a participatory evening of food and conversation about Pilgrimage.

St. Cuthbert's Way

St. Cuthbert’s Way

Potluck supper begins at 5 p.m. (if you’ve been on a pilgrimage, consider bringing food inspired by the region you visited).

Rick and Mary Lee Wile will start the conversation by considering what “pilgrimage” means, both historically and personally, naming a few of their own experiences, and inviting others to share their definition, places they’ve been on pilgrimage, why they chose that destination, and how they have been changed by the experience of pilgrimage.

If you want to share digital photos that will become part of a “continuous loop” that will play in the background that evening, email photos to susantyler(at)stpaulsmaine.org.
(Note: not all pilgrimages are to recognized “holy sites.” For some people, it might be to the birthplace of a favorite musician; for others, it could be to a place of natural beauty. We’ll talk about the difference between “pilgrimage” and “vacation.”)