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The Story of the Stones - Anelog Pilgrimage
Saturday 5th September

Our local pilgrimage day is a time to remind ourselves we are a Pilgrim Church on Pilgrim Routes to Bardsey. It is an opportunity to experience, albeit briefly, being a pilgrim.
What is becoming an annual event was started by Jim Cotter about 8 years ago. Over the years we have walked from the far parish boundary of St Hywyn and St Maelrhys, contemplated our lives past, present and future as we walked from Rhiw Old Rectory to the old Coastguard Station, included various walks on the cliffs and to St Mary’s Well and explored the old wells along the Pilgrim Way.
This year we are taking the old inscribed gravestones in Aberdaron Church as our inspiration. For the energetic, there will be a walk from Carreg along the cliff path to Mynnedd Anelog, then down to Gors Farm to the spot where the stones were found. For the less able walkers there will be a drive to Gors Farm and an opportunity for a gentle bit of walking before joining the Carreg walker. Archdeacon Andrew will lead a contemplative discussion on the stones and the ‘brethren’ they commemorate before we return to St Hywyn’s Church. We will be joined by a sponsored cycle group from St Joseph’s, Pwllheli to have afternoon tea followed by a service led by Fr Francis and addressed by the Venerable Andrew Jones.

1.45pm Meet at Aberdaron Church then drive in communal cars to Carreg or Gors Farm followed by walk and discussion.
4pm – 5pm Afternoon tea in Aberdaron Church and a time to continue our discussion
5pm Service lead by Fr Francis, addressed by Ven Andrew Jones.
Inclement weather? Come whatever, we can have activities in the church.
Everyone welcome. Please pass a copy of this information to anyone who may be interested. Bring your family and friends along too!

Questions? Betty Wood, 01758 730794,


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