Ecumenical Pilgrimage

Join AST’s Academic Dean, Rev. Dr. Rob Fennell on this unique, once in a lifetime journey. This course is comprised of a study tour to various sites of ecumenical significance, including Geneva, Cluny, Taizé, and Chartres in May 2019.

In addition to examining the theme of pilgrimage, participants will also study the current international migration crisis and its implications for Christian witness and service.

Extended walking is part of the study tour (approx. 4 hours/day). Course participants must separately register with AST for the course credit and pay the tour operator for the travel costs. This course is open to AST students and to Continuing Education participants. A limited number of spaces are available for noncredit Continuing Education participants.

Contact instructor for more details.

1 credit Prerequisites:  None. Requirements:  Participation in the study tour; pre-event and post-event seminars (online)

Instructor:  R. Fennell
Date: May 20-30, 2019
This is a field-based course offered from May 20 to 30, 2019
Fee:  $150 (plus cost of trip and other associated expenses)


Open to individual under the age of 30.  Those over 30 can be added to a waiting list.