Two Saints Way revival 2013

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undefinedStories about people's faith (and how those experiences have been transforming and inspirational) are being sought from churches along the Two Saints Way. The Two Saints Way is a medieval pilgrimage route through parts of Cheshire and Staffordshire. It was revived just before Easter 2012.

It’s a long distance footpath between St Weburgh’s Church in Chester and Lichfield Cathedral – the former seat of Chad, bishop of Mercia in seventh century.

Frank and Tina Mugglestone are members of Swynnerton with Yarnfield – a combined benefice near Stone in Lichfield diocese. The Two Saints Way goes through their area. 

The married couple want to hear from people who would like to share faith stories from along the Cheshire sections of the route, plus stories of local parish successes, and even tales of encounters with modern-day pilgrims.

The route through Chester diocese includes, Waverton, Bunbury, Nantwich, Wybunbury, Barthomley and close by Christleton, Hargrave, Acton and Weston

Frank and Tina Mugglestone want to compile feature article about the Two Saints Way in the modern era for their local church magazine. Phone Frank on 01785 760402 or email him frank@talktalk.net

And if you’d like to find out more about the Two Saints Way and get involved with it visit the www.twosaintsway.org.uk

Above - two members of the Christian re-enactment society, The Poor Cnights (sic) of St Chad, at a church along the Two Saints Way