What is a Presbyterian Pilgrimage?
Presbyterian Pilgrimage is a purposefully designed method for renewing the faith of individuals and, through the individuals, the environments in which they live and work. Pilgrimage is a short course in living the Christian faith and is designed to provide a framework for the development of Christians in the local church and in the world.
A Pilgrimage is a 3-day retreat weekend filled with short talks, music, fellowship, small group discussion and great food. Each weekend is led by lay people from Presbyterian churches in Houston and the surrounding area. Several ordained Presbyterian clergy are on staff. The weekend is centered on the talks and personal testimony of the lay people and clergy that make up the staff for the weekend.
The activities provide an opportunity for the participants to discover a new and exciting relationship with Christ and to encourage them to then take that newfound relationship back to their home, work and church environments. Pilgrimage is not designed to convert from unbelief to belief. It is intended for Christians who seek continued growth in their faith and commitment. It is a life-changing experience.
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