Wesley Tour – Published July 2, 2018
Next spring, March 17 to 25, 2019, Pastor Ray Crawford is taking a group to England to visit various historical sights associated with John Wesley. If you would like to learn more about this pilgrimage of Methodist sights, you are invited to attend the meeting at 7:00, Thursday, July 12, 2018, at Central Campus. Sign up before July 15 to get the early bird discount.
During the trip you will see the places that impacted the life of John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement. You’ll get an idea of what inspired him, his parents, and his siblings.
The itinerary includes:
- A walking tour of York with its Medieval Castle of Yorkshire, York Minster Cathedral and the markets of Shambles Street
- A walking tour of Oxford and Lincoln College where John Wesley studied and established “The Holy Club”
- Hanham Mount in Bristol where Wesley preached to miners and “The New Room,” the first Methodist property
- Pil, where Frances Asbury began his journey to America
- A visit to Salisbury Cathedral and the local Methodist church
- London’s Westminster Abbey, Central Hall, the Methodist Church, Hyde Park, Trafalgar Square, Marble Arch, Buckingham Palace, St. James Place, Houses of Parliament, Wesley’s Chapel, City Road, Wesley’s home, Aldersgate Street
Cost of the trip is $3,479 (with a $100 discount if your register before July 15) includes round trip air service from Tulsa, hotel, air conditioned motor coaches, guided sightseeing, full English breakfast each day, three evening dinners, entrance fees, taxes, and gratuities.
The pilgrimage tour is arranged by Alpha Christian Tours of North Carolina. This is the same company arranged the last who trips to Israel and has provided excellent service.
If you have questions or need additional information, please contact Laurie Ault at 918-341-4580, ext. 310.