Take a ‘prayer walk’ from St Julian’s Church, Tenby Harbour

By Patrick Ovenden   |   Reporter   |
Wednesday 6th July 2022 3:45 pm
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Stopping point along the way

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ST JULIAN’S Church is open throughout the summer on Tenby Harbour, and visitors to this fishermen’s chapel are welcome to call in at any time. While you are there, why not pick up a walk booklet and take yourself prayerfully along the trail? Take your time, there is no hurry.

The walk follows a short trail from the church, around Castle Hill and back. It was based on an original template for a Prayer Walk that combines asking God what he wants with an offering oneself to God, by Ian Fosten and Barry Hutchinson (United Reformed Church), and formed at St Julian’s Church with additional original material by Cate Macfarlane (Journeying).

Along the way, there are seven stations, or stopping points: opportunities to pause and reflect.

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