Your Experiences of Walk Church
What does Walk Church mean to the people who take part? Here are some of the stories of the walkers. You can add your own.
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From Arthur Houston:
Alex Sorry for the late text. I have been meaning to text and say thank you for the walk church event we joined you for in Egerton. It was a very positive and enjoyable experience and great to meet others who love the countryside also. If you had said we will have a 2 hour church service it would feel boring but when it’s a lovely walk and includes prayers, Bible reading, meditation and talk for all generations and appropriate for unchurched and inclusive it’s quite a different feeling. So thank you, much appreciated Arthur and Claire
From Jo Kidd:
Walk Church is exactly how Church should be – connecting with the rest of nature, recognising that we are all earth beings; walking together through beautiful countryside, appreciating the wonder of creation. Alex ensures that everyone has the opportunity to be part of the experience; ensuring that the readings and prayers are relevant, inclusive and accessible. It was an uplifting and healing experience. I will be back!
From sarah fries:
I have always found walking in the beautiful countryside an uplifting activity, leaving me connected to God and His amazing creation. When this is combined with companionship, reflection, Bible reading and prayer, it becomes for me an amazing experience that lightens my heart and brings me great joy.
I love walking, and I love meeting people. Worshiping God in nature is the best form of spirituality. It's been really great rejoining Walk Church on the Boughton Aluph walk.