“Really — I consider the Camino to be one of the best things I’ve done in my life”. Our entire parish was able to participate in the pilgrimage along the… Continue reading Testimonial from the Rev. Melanie McCarley
The Camino de Santiago is the most important Christian pilgrimage left in the world. Along with Jerusalem and Rome, it was one of the three most vital Christian pilgrimage sites… Continue reading Testimonial from the Rev. Marek Zabriskie
VIRTUAL PILGRIMAGE CAN BE GREAT In July 2020, Canon Greg Foraker emailed me to tell me about a Virtual Camino he was planning for The Episcopal Church in Colorado. The… Continue reading Virtual Camino by Canon Nancy Hoxsie Mead
Greetings fellow pilgrims! I am writing to you from Narragansett, Rhode Island on the Atlantic Ocean not quite half way between Colorado and Santiago de Compostela. Married 48 years to… Continue reading A Pilgrim’s Reflection on Walking the Camino by Canon Nancy Hoxsie Mead
Pilgrims on the Way of Love Episcopal Church of the ResurrectionBellevue, WADiocese of Olympiaon All Saints’ Sunday, November 3, 2019
Sometimes church occurs in unexpected places, especially on the Camino. Read more about her experiences on Holy Thursday on Nancy Hoxie Mead’s blog.
One of the benefits of walking the Camino in the Spring is the opportunity to observe Holy Week in Spain. Semana Santa or Holy Week has a long history in… Continue reading Semana Santa – Good Friday on the Camino
Read more from board member, Nancy Hoxsie Mead as she makes her 2019 camino.
“Jesus is alive; Christ is risen!…Suddenly, I am not alone any more and I don’t need a candle to be a part of this family.” Read a powerful Easter reflection… Continue reading Easter on the Camino
From board member Nancy Hoxsie Mead, who is blogging her way through another Camino, “I first walked the Camino de Santiago in the year 2000 from St Jean Pied de… Continue reading Wondering what it’s like to walk the Camino?