|Brother Alois, and just over 100 young adults from Europe have recently returned from a pilgrimage to Egypt where they met with young Coptic Egyptian Christians. During the same journey, br. Alois was also able to visit Sudan and South Sudan.|
|Some young members of the Bruderhof participated in the Birmingham weekend last April, and a friendship has arisen. We hope to hold a young adult weekend together, hosted by Darvell Bruderhof in East Sussex (train station: Robertsbridge), where about 350 people live in community – men, women and children. It would be for 18-35 year-olds and held 9/10 – 11 March, 2018. Please send me a short message if this is something you might like to do, so that we can judge the level of interest and see whether to go ahead.|
Archbishop Sentamu’s media team have made this 3 minute video to invite students to join the national Church of England Schools Pilgrimage.
|The School Weeks will continue next summer in Taizé, and we wish to attract new UK schools and academies. Please help make the 2018 Information for teachers and teachers widely known.
Of particular note:
• 1-8 July: schools wishing to include Muslim students are especially invited this week, as the weekend 5-8 July will be an Islamic/Christian friendship weekend in Taizé.
• 15-22 July, the Archbishop of York will lead a national pilgrimage for CofE schools. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for details, and possible travel subsidy.
|Julian (Australia) and Melchior (France), two long-stay volunteers at Taizé will be making visits to schools in England, 5-18 November, meeting with students in Years 10-13. They will be in Wakefield, York, Stockport, Telford, Leamington Spa, Norfolk, Essex, Cambridge, Kent, London, etc.
There is some time free in their schedule, in particular on Thu 16 November. If your school would like a visit, contact Jane Shields, 01924 377921, email@example.com
with best wishes,