David Goodall: May 2016
Lynne Graham and Julie Woodford from Prudhoe Methodist Church are undertaking a prayer walk from the source of the River Tyne to the Sea from 8th to 17th June followed by a boat trip to the sea on 21st June. They believe that this time of walking and prayer each day will be a real blessing to them and to the work of God in Tynedale.
Lynne and Julie would be delighted if others would like to join them and Casper the dog for a days walk during the Every Step A Prayer Walk or for a time of prayer each morning. If you would like to join them for the walk please contact Julie by email (email@example.com) or phone (07795 325393) or to join them for the prayers please just turn up.
The itineracy for the walk and location of the daily prayers is below and can be downloaded by clicking on the pdf link on the right.
Day 1 Wednesday June 8th
Prayers: Source Deadwater Farm @ 10.30am
Walk: From Deadwater Farm — Leaplish. Distance 10m.
Day 2 Thursday June 9th
Prayers: Kielder Castle @10.00am
Walk: From Leaplish — Falstone. Distance 7.5m.
Day 3 Friday June 10th
Prayers: Falstone Chapel @ 10.00am
Walk: From Falstone — Bellingham. Distance 10m (approx)
Day 4 Saturday June 11th
Prayers: Bellingham Methodist/URC Church @ 10.00am
Walk: From Bellingham -Wark. Distance 8.25m
Day 5 Sunday June 12th
Day 6 Monday June 13th
Prayers: Wark Chapel @ 10.00am
Walk: From Wark — Chollerford. Distance 8m
Day 7 Tuesday June 14th
Prayers: Chollerford Church @ 10.00am (TBC)
Walk: From Chollerford — Hexham. Distance 6.75m
Day 8 Wednesday June 15th
Prayers: Hexham Trinity Methodist Church @ 10.00am
Walk: From Hexham — Stocksfield. Distance 8m
Day 9 Thursday June 16th
Prayers: Stocksfield Chapel @ 10.00am (TBC)
Walk: From Stocksfield — Newburn. Distance approx 9m
Day 10 Friday June 17th
Prayers: Newburn @ 10.00am (TBC)
Walk: From Newburn — Newcastle Quayside. Distance approx 7m.
Many thanks to the Daft as a Brush charity for its wonderful book on the Tyne Trail that has made planning so much easier.
Boat trip Newcastle Quayside to the Estuary on Tuesday 21st June.
Cost approx £12 return trip. Concessions available. If you wish to share in the boat trip please contact Julie to book your place.
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