Guided Tour of England
Heritage Theological Seminary is excited to offer a guided tour of England with respect to Reformation and Puritan history. Don’t miss this great opportunity to experience Baptist and Evangelical history. The tour will allow you to walk down streets and halls where Charles H. Spurgeon, Oliver Cromwell, C.S. Lewis and others; journeyed through their years of formation and ministry.
COURSE CREDIT: Would you like to participate in this great opportunity and receive course credit? See below for more information.
Double Occupancy: 2 people sharing a room………
$3,765.81 CDN, including taxes
Dr. Michael Haykin
Professor of Church History
Heritage Theological Seminary, Cambridge, Ontario.
To reserve your place for this amazing tour, contact:
Anita Unwin at Unwin Travelplus.
Day 1 (May 14)—Fly to England
Today tour members meet at Pearson airport for check-in formalities and a brief get-acquainted session with other members of our group. Dinner and breakfast are served aloft, and we have time to rest.
Day 2 (May 15)—Cambridge
Arrive at Gatwick Airport where we will take our tour bus to our accommodation in Cambridge. After lunch, tour of some of the Cambridge Colleges (King’s, Queen’s, and Emmanuel) and possibly Trinity Church (where Charles Simeon was). Lecture by Dr. Haykin in the evening on the Reformation and Puritan history in Cambridge and environs.
Day 3 (May 16)—Cromwell country: Huntingdon and Ely
Tour of Cambridge Reformation sites, including Sidney Sussex College. Then drive out to Dry Drayton (where the Puritan Richard Greenham was), Huntingdon (where Oliver Cromwell was born), and finally Ely to see Ely Cathedral and the Cromwell Museum. Dinner in Ely. Back to Cambridge for the night.
Day 4 (May 17)—The Cambridgeshire Baptists: Fuller and Spurgeon
In Cambridge, tour St. Andrew’s Baptist Church (where Robert Robinson and Robert Hall Jr served). Then Drive to Waterbeach (Charles H. Spurgeon’s first church), Soham (where Andrew Fuller served), and Isleham (where Spurgeon was baptized).
Day 5 (May 18)—Bedford and Olney
Drive to Bedford—on the way visit Great Gransden, where Anne Dutton lived. In Bedford, see the Bunyan sites, including the Bedford Museum. Lunch in Bedford. In the afternoon visit Olney, where J Sutcliff, John Newton and William Cowper lived. Back to Cambridge in the evening and lecture by Dr Haykin on London Evangelical history.
Day 6— (May 19) Cambridge & London
Drive to London accommodation. Visit the British Library and the British Museum.
Day 7 (May 20)—London
In the morning: Bunhill Fields, the John Wesley house and Museum, Westminster Abbey. In the afternoon, the Tower of London.
Day 8 (May 21)—London
Worship in the morning at All Souls or the Metropolitan Tabernacle. In the afternoon, free time in London.
Day 9 (May 22)—Oxford
Day trip to Oxford: CS Lewis stuff, Martyrs Memorial, Regent’s Park College. Back to London for the night.
Day 10 (May 23)—Fly back to Canada
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3. Final payment together with a typed final passenger name list with applicable titles must be provided to Transat on or before 14MAR2017. Please see the Name List/Rooming List Form at the end of this document. 6. Changes requested to processed credit card payments will be assessed at a fee of $10.00 per change. 7. A 3% fee will be charged to the file when commission amounts exceed 15% above the net fare 8. The Travel Agency is responsible for the payment of a reservation from the moment a credit card number is provided to Transat in order to guarantee said reservation.
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