Reflections on a Personal PilgrimageRobin Trew
Rev Robin Trew 


Part paper, part shared pilgrimage.
Some reflections and some questions to share.

 

In May 2014 I started a Pilgrimage from Iona to Lindisfarne as part of a sabbatical from my role as Rector of Allesley, a suburban church in Coventry and as Area Dean of Coventry North Deanery. This paper is my own reflection on that journey.
 
Writing this reflection prompted a lot of questions – questions you may find helpful in reflecting on your own pilgrimage, wherever you are, and whatever you are doing. As you read, take time and pray. Maybe write down your own experience and reflect on your own lessons in life and journey of following Jesus. If used in a small group, consider your own personal journey and compare notes when you come together.
 
 

Contents


Preamble
Pilgrimage
Paths and Borderlands
Failure
Resting
Angels and Demons
Creation
Stress
Amen and Alleluia
Preening 
 
“We see the world not as it is, but as we are” Talmud
 
“Let everything be Amen and Alleluia” Augustine
   

 
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