During June 2021 we made four journeys of discovery celebrating the Landscape of Faith across South Wales. The adventure continues – here you’ll find news of the June festival and fresh activity, explorations and celebration coming over the summer and autumn. Join the journey… JOURNEY 4: Bristol to Barry John Wesley and the world faiths
The name of St Patrick is celebrated around the world – everyone knows the patron Saint of Ireland. Facts about ancient saints are sometimes clouded in myth and legend, but we know for certain that Patrick is a real, historical figure. His writing still exists today, including his autobiography. But Patrick didn’t start in Ireland.
ISSUE DATE: 31st May 2021Adventures in faith heritage – a 30 day travelling festival takes to the road in Wales through June! A significant boost to the faith tourism industry in Wales begins this month with the 30 day Landscapes of Faith festival taking to the road across South Wales for the whole of June.
return to Landscapes of Faith festival journeys The first of our four journeys in the Landscapes of Faith ends in Llantwit Major at the launch of a new cultural initiative called ‘The New Library’. This place has a long history of learning and community and the New Library invites everyone to come to the fantastic
return to Landscapes of Faith festival journeys We’ll be following the Laleston Stones Trail and gently wandering from the old church in Laleston village down to picturesque village of Merthyr Mawr behind the spectacular sand dunes. I’m excited at the thought of visiting the enigmatic Cae’r Hen Eglwys, the field of the old church, to
return to Landscapes of Faith festival journeys Wales has an extraordinary peace mission to the world – Peace Mala. The South Wales based project celebrates the peace traditions within all the world’s main religious faiths, and brings people together inside those traditions to learn and live in community. It has an inspiring education programme: Peace