Evangelistic Walk - Peddars Way in Aug/Sept 2022
Building on the success and framework that we established on Walk the Way in 2021, we now have another opportunity to join mission in a very unplanned but Holy Spirit led fashion.
Not just a walk, not just a mission… a pilgrimage plus? A combination – walking, talking, being Jesus.
By faith – nothing arranged
Walking – no cars
Rural – reaching those in villages, hamlets and farms
Small teams – maximum 6
Using established paths – so little admin needed before going out.
The Peddars Way is 46 miles (74 km) long and follows the route of a Roman road cutting through diverse landscapes from Knettishall Heath in Suffolk through to the north Norfolk coast at Holme-next-the-Sea.
It has been suggested by more than one writer that it was not created by the Romans but was an ancient trackway, a branch or extension of the Icknield Way, used and remodelled by the Romans. The name is said to be derived from the Latin 'pedester' – on foot. (source; wikipedia).
A pdf copy overview of the route can be found here (Norfolk County Council site external link).