Camino to COP26
A pilgrimage for climate justice
Want to walk with us?
We are delighted to welcome Day-Walkers and those who are able to organise their own overnight accommodation to join us on the Camino. To join us for a day, there is no need to register, just turn up at our accommodation in the morning. Departure is between 08:00 and 09:00 and this gets confirmed the night before on the WhatsApp groups and at the top of this page. Do be sure to bring a packed lunch, sensible waterproof clothes and join the relevant WhatsApp groups.
We are united by our faith; a faith that we can advocate and influence and be the change that we want for our world. We choose to walk to COP26 as a practice of that faith, an act of connection with the earth on which we walk and the people with whom we walk and the communities through which we pass; and we make our way in kinship with the peoples and creatures of the earth who are suffering and displaced by climate and ecological breakdown. We do so peacefully and lawfully, ready to engage and learn, because we care and we have hope.
Latest on the Camino To COP
- Reflections – Day 44 to 45👣 Day 44: Today was a drizzly day along roads and the beautiful Annandale Way – we are constantly grateful for the privilege we have of being outside close to nature for such long periods especially with the incredible changing colours of Autumn. We are super grateful to St Mungo’s Church in Kettleholm for allowingContinue reading “Reflections – Day 44 to 45”
- Reflections – Day 43👣 After a night at the Richard Greenhow Centre in Gretna we set off in the rain. This didn’t last long however and we were in a great mood, spotting a deer and a rabbit as well as meeting a curious horse during our break and admiring the dew-covered cobwebs on the bushes. Tonight we’reContinue reading “Reflections – Day 43”
- Reflections – Day 41 to 42👣 We’re in SCOTLAND!!! 🏴 Yesterday our rest in Carlisle was excellent with an amazing lunch event at St Cuthbert’s Church, Carlisle organised by Churches Together in Carlisle & District full of excellent speakers including some of our pilgrims. In the evening we attended a thought-provoking Christian Aid film discussion event at the Methodist Church.Continue reading “Reflections – Day 41 to 42”