Since the earliest centuries of Christianity, pastors and bishops organised pilgrimages for their faithful to follow in the steps of the Lord and the Apostles. The Primate’s Office will continue to organise pilgrimages to Jerusalem and the Holy Land, Holy Etchmiadzin and Armenia, and the Armenian Churches and Monasteries in historic Western Armenia. These pilgrimages will include Bible studies, evening vigils and discussions. All previous pilgrimages have proven to be beautiful opportunities to renew our faith, to learn about the sources of our Church’s teachings and to enjoy fellowship with members of our community from around the world.
Our next pilgrimage to the Holy Land will be on 2nd – 9th May 2017. The cost is £1250 per person for a twin room, and the single room supplement is £300.
A deposit of £500 is payable by 15th February. Final balance is due 6 weeks before departure.
Flight details: BA167 2nd May from Heathrow at 16:45 arrives Tel Aviv 23:35, BA166 9th May from Tel Aviv at 07:45 arrives Heathrow 11:10
For more details, please contact Karine Gevorgyan on 07515 336637 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Primate’s Office
To read reflections from previous pilgrims to the Holy Land, please read our booklet published on the occasion of the Ladies’ Committee Fundraising Gala Dinner to raise funds for the restoration of Our Lord’s Tomb in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem: