An evening walk amongst some of the sacred sites of Lancaster. We shall meet up at 7.00 pm at the Quaker Meeting House in Lancaster (outside the front door if weather fine, inside the entrance hall if it is raining), where we hope to commence with a short talk from the Buddhist group who meet there on Monday evenings (to be confirmed), and some details about the development of Quakerism in Lancaster and the history of the Meeting House we shall be standing in. We shall then walk across to the Priory Church, which the Vicar has kindly agreed to open up so we can look around inside and to talk to us about his church.

Our route will then take us past the two Mosques, on Fenton Street and Blades Street, and to the Trinity United Reform Church, which we are also hoping will be open for us to see inside and hear from the Curate about the church. After that we’ll walk via all or some of (depending upon time and weather conditions) the Buddhist Centre on King Street, Baptist Church on Nelson Street, Catholic Cathedral, Palatine Hall, Methodist Chapel on Sulyard Street and finish our tour just after 9.00 pm at the Sultan Restaurant for a welcome sit down, refreshments and brief reflection on our journey.

Stuart Langhorn will act as our guide, and lead the commentary about the different sites we shall be visiting and passing as we make our way about the town. If you aren’t able to get to the Quaker Meeting House for 7.00 pm, please do join us at the Priory at 7.30 or catch up with us along the way.