Are You Ready for Three Days of Wonder?
This fall, Wonder Voyage is rolling out something new and exciting. Our “Three Days of Wonder” Pilgrimages contain all the pivotal elements of a full-length Wonder Voyage condensed into a shorter time frame. Each of our Three Days of Wonder is wrapped in a thematic narrative that allows participants to be part of the story. These unique journeys can be created as spiritual formation retreats, as preparation steps for future pilgrimage or mission journeys, or as an introduction for groups who are just starting out.
Whether you want the journey to be in a rural or urban setting, or somewhere in between, we can help you create an experience that is highlighted by wonder. Here’s just a sample of how Three Days of Wonder might look.
The rugged beauty of the coast of North Carolina lends itself to a three-day pilgrimage focused on our responses to the inevitable storms and challenges in our lives. With the ocean as a backdrop and the cornerstone of God as a “safe place from the storm,” we can contemplate the role of faith during the storms and the role of God – in the calm, in the storm, in the aftermath.
Philadelphia is the perfect historical and urban setting to focus on freedom- both the freedom that comes from being part of a free nation and the freedom we find in Christ. Our Three Days of Wonder in the “City of Brotherly Love” brings to light the most important facets of the freedoms we enjoy as a nation and as people of faith.
“Keep Austin Weird,” is something heard often in the capital city of Texas. The reverence for the city’s quirkiness is an apt backdrop for a three-day pilgrimage that celebrates how unique each of us is. As “masterpieces” of God’s creation, we can embrace the extraordinary in ourselves and in others. The proximity of the Texas Hill Country adds opportunities to celebrate the diversity of creation as well.
Join us on the journey. Wonder is closer than you think.
After graduating with a dual degree in History and Sociology, Molly became a youth minister in the Episcopal Church. She joined the staff of WV in 2003. As Voyage Coordinator, she adds the nuts and bolts to our itineraries. She is dedicated to bringing the gospel to life through pilgrimage. As an encounter expert, Molly can find the story of God anywhere and everywhere.