Charles Wesley Tercentennial Pilgrimage
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A Wesley in England Study Experience
July 31- August 10, 2007

Pilgrimage Leaders:

Dr. Paul W. Chilcote, Visiting Professor of the Practice of Evangelism and Wesleyan Studies, Duke Divinity School & President of The Charles Wesley Society

Dr. Steve Manskar, Director of Accountable Discipleship at GBOD

Dr. Tim Macquiban, Principal of Sarum College, Salisbury, England

Marking the 300th anniversary of Charles Wesley’s birth, the pilgrimage will provide participants with the historical background and religious heritage of the Methodist movement and Wesley’s life and witness.

Visits to sites associated with this great hymn writer include Epworth, his place of birth; Oxford, where he studied and taught; Bristol, where he helped to form the first Methodist Societies and began to raise his family; Wales, the home of his wife, Sally Gwynn; and London, where he and his family spent the final years of his life, overseeing the expanding Methodist movement with his brother, John.

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the England that Charles Wesley knew and loved: the rolling countryside of the Cotswold Hills near Oxford, the fenland around Epworth, the charm of small English villages, and the elegance of the ancient city of Bath.

For cost and itinerary and to register online, go to: Charles Wesley Tercentennial Pilgrimage.

For information, contact Becky Caudill at 1-877-899-2780, Ext. 7059 or

Sponsored by
Duke Divinity School & The General Board of Discipleship, United Methodist Church