"On 25th June the last in the current cycle of youth pilgrimages will be a visit to Gahna by young people from our diocese and the Diocese of Virginia. In September a new cycle will begin with a fresh cohort with Liverpool being the first visit. Modern Day Slavery is included in the learning that the young people embark upon together throughout the life of the pilgrimage cycle. Young people engage with the topics such as personal ethics, and fair trade, with mineral mining for mobile phones in West Africa and the impact on the community highlighted during the Ghana visit."
Last month we spoke to Rebecca Richardson, Huyton Deanery Schools and Youth Worker, who told us how youth pilgrims learn together, pray together, forge lasting relationships and visit each other’s settings as part of the Triangle of Hope. You can read it again here