Kevin and Liz Gallagher are looking forward to the exciting event on Sunday 4 June 2017 : 16:30 – 20:00, Guildford Cathedral
Come and gather on the day of Pentecost for a huge Beacon event at Guildford Cathedral for people of all ages and stages of life and faith. There are two events; you can come to either, or both, of these. The service in the Cathedral is especially for young people – from secondary school age to college and uni students. Tickets to BOTH events are free of charge, but we ask that you register in advance for tickets through eventbrite.
EVENT UPDATE – The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will officially open Guildford Cathedral’s Thy Kingdom ComeBeacon Event at 4.30pm on Sunday 4 June and join thousands in prayer and praise.
4.30-6.00pm Pilgrimage, Prayer and Food Festival
Pilgrimage – come on foot if you can or park in Surrey University car park (click here for a map of how to get from the car park to the Cathedral). Blue Badge holder parking on site only, coach drop off , aided by stewards, at the University entrance.
Prayer – a whole host of churches from across the area are gathering to experience and engage in prayer through art and music, and across the traditions. Over 20 different ways to pray from the loud and exuberant to the quiet and reflective.
Groups coming include:
- Psalm Drummers
- Eden People
- Epiphany – painting sound portraits
- Flock – rap and poetry
- Healing paintings
- Coptic Church
- Healing Guildford.
- Manna Ministries
- Labyrinth walk
- Lectio Divina
- Pyrography- burning wood prayers
- Death Café
- 24-7 Prayer
- UCGrace dance
Food – bring a picnic with something to sit on. Or buy from one of the BBQs, kids packed lunches, ice cream van or bar
Festival – fun and games with inflatables of all sorts, Gospel choir and dance to entertain
For all ages