The Pilgrim Course - January to March 2018
This will run at the Vicarage, Church Street, Whitstable, on certain weeks from October  to December 2017 at the below times on Tuesday evening. Full dates are below on the programme.

This is the Seventh of the Pilgrim course -looking at the Creeds in the fifth module and the Eucharist in the sixth module . The Pilgrim course is a national initiative set up by the Church of England. 

Who should attend this course? Anyone. You can be a very mature Christian. It still does a lot of good going over the basics. You can be a searcher. It will still be very relevant. You can be a "young Christian", new to faith. It will be still very helpful. You can be considering confirmation. This is a perfect basis for preparing for that.

You do not need to have attended previous modules of the Pilgrim course to attend either module.

Just email me at or phone me on 01227 272308  if you would like to attend so I know how many will be at the Vicarage. There is no charge apart from £6 for the course manual which can be shared with a friend you are attending the course with if you wish. 
To view the website of the Pilgrim course please visit this website. 
Every good wish
Rev Simon Tillotson
Here is the website

ALL SESSIONS AT THE VICARAGE FROM 7.45pm to 9.15pm on TUESDAYS (but if you would like a cup of tea or coffee/ cold drink please arrive from 7.30pm)


The Sessions

9th January - Session One: What is the Bible?

With a Reflection by Paula Gooder

Looks at a ‘way in’ to reading the Bible, thinking particularly about how to recognize what kind of writing the Bible is.

16th  January - Session Two: The Bible as Breath

With a Reflection by David Moxon

Reflects on what it means to say that the Bible is the breath of God.


23rd January - SACRED SPACE at All Saints church (no group)


30th January - Session Three: The Bible as a stream of living water

With a Reflection by Rosemary Lain-Priestley

Explores how the Bible nourishes us.


6th February - Session Four: The Bible as a lamp

With a Reflection by Vivienne Faull

Looks at the Bible as something that enlightens and informs us as Christians.


13th February - Session Five: The Bible as a two-edged sword

With a Reflection by Paula Gooder

Explores what it means to say that the Bible is living and active.


20th February - Session Six: Daily bread

With a Reflection by Steven Croft

Discusses more about making Bible-reading a part of our regular life and prayer.

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