To those of you who have no knowledge of the beginnings of Methodism, Wesley Day means nothing. This day honors John Wesley’s Aldersgate experience. It’s the day he’s known for saying, “I felt my heart strangely warmed.”
It was just two weeks ago that I was visiting Bristol UK!
These are all pictures from The New Room. I liked seeing all the puzzle pieces displayed, encouraging us to think about how and where we fit in the puzzle. It was especially meaningful to be able to stand in the pulpit where John Wesley stood to preach when he was in Bristol.
Today, in London, there is a pilgrimage from John Wesley’s statue in the garden of St. Paul’s Cathedral to his grave.
I was blessed to be accompanied, once in England, by our oldest daughter who flew to London on Saturday, the 7th, and met me at Southampton on Sunday, the 8th. Many of our trips to explore were taken via train, such as this one.
Amazing rail service! We rode an hour and a half from Paddington Station in London to the station in Bristol. These details are worthy of an individual post.
Blessing to all on this day!
Oh, I love the puzzle pieces and the thoughts they bring! Looks like a wonderful trip and inspirational visit. Thank you for sharing it !ReplyDelete
Well, Sister, I don't know how I missed this post yesterday, but I surely am glad I saw it today! Such history at that one place, and I know you and your eldest enjoyed some grand times in England while you were there. Thank you for taking us along on such an incredible trip! Love you!ReplyDelete