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9 Exciting and Educational Days
Changing the Church, the Ministry and
Individual Lives Through Christian Travel
Bishop Julius Trimble
and the Iowa Area
depart from Des Moines
or Cedar Rapids
July 20, 2011 $2598*
Bishop Julius C. Trimble
Mrs. Racelder Grandberry-Trimble
*plus tips, taxes, fees
• Asbury House, Birmingham
• New Room and Charles Wesley House, Bristol
• City Road Chapel, London
• Old Rectory and St. Andrews Church, Epworth
• Coventry Cathedral, Coventry
• St. Mary de Crypt, Gloucester
Your Journey of a
5-Night stay in First Class
Daily Breakfast and Dinner
(dinner in London on your own)
Entrance Fees • Study Guide
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Wesley Heritage Tour
Day 1 and 2 DEPARTURE from USA and the Wesley brothers and became an ardent member of their
ARRIVAL in ENGLAND Your Wesley Heritage travel Holy Club. Known as the greatest orator of his day, George
study program begins as you depart the United States on Whitefield’s talents led him to minister in America. St. Mary
your international flight to London. You will be greeted out- de Crypt also produced Robert Raikes, founder of the
side the baggage claim area by our representative. Your Sunday School movement. Both Whitefield and Raikes had
first view will be of Westminster Abbey where royalty are a profound influence upon Wesley. Wesley left his fellowship
christened, married and buried. You will visit St. Paul’s at Lincoln College to take over Whitefield’s Bristol ministry,
Cathedral where John Wesley often worshipped. On the leading to the founding of the "New Room". He also
day of his conversion, Wesley came here for an afternoon embraced Raikes Sunday School movement. At St. Mary de
service and was deeply moved by the choir’s anthem, "Out Crypt, the first Women’s Society was founded.
of the Deep Have I Called Unto Thee, O Lord". Afternoon
arrival at your hotel. Dinner is on your own. Day 6 BIRMINGHAM and COVENTRY In
Birmingham, you’ll visit the boyhood home of Francis
Day 3 LONDON and BIRMINGHAM Experience Asbury. Sent to America by Wesley, Asbury became the first
the lifestyle of our British cousins as you explore the vibrant elected bishop of the American Methodist Church. On the
town of London. You’ll be impressed with the regal adorn- evening of November 14, 1940, a holocaust of bombs and
ment of Buckingham Palace. Drive by the major city sites fire destroyed much of Coventry. Experience the pain and
such as Marble Arch, Speakers Corner of Hyde Park, the triumph of the townspeople when you visit the beautiful
Trafalgar Square and much more. John Wesley left his cathedral. The charred ruins of the old cathedral sit next to
mark on the town of London. You’ll have a lecture at City the exciting architecture of the modern cathedral. They
Road Chapel, site of Wesley’s home and grave. Across the stand together as a tribute to the indomitable spirit of the
street in Bunhill Fields Cemetery, Susanna Wesley is British people.
buried along with other famous personages such as John
Bunyan and Daniel Defoe. You’ll walk on Aldersgate Street Day 7 EPWORTH The quiet English countryside and
where on May 24, 1738, John Wesley had his “Warming of green, rolling hills will delight you as you travel to remote
the Heart” experience. You’ll walk past the entrance of Epworth in the Fen Country. Here Samuel and Susanna
“Little Britain” where Charles Wesley had his conversion Wesley raised their brood of children in the Old Rectory
experience just three days earlier. In the late afternoon, you while he served the Parish Church for 39 years. You’ll
will depart for the Midlands area, where you will spend the become familiar with the upbringing and early life of John
next six nights at a first class hotel. Breakfast and dinner and Charles Wesley when you visit their childhood home.
are included throughout the rest of your stay. You’ll see Memorial Church, built with contributions from
around the world. Enjoy a worship service with the local peo-
Day 4 BRISTOL and BATH In the ancient port city ple of Epworth. Then visit St. Andrews Church at Epworth.
of Bristol, you’ll have a lecture in one of Wesley’s early cen-
ters of ministry, the “New Room”. This oldest Methodist Day 8 STRATFORD and OXFORD You’ll glimpse
building in the world is unusually attractive in its basic sim- life as it was in the day of William Shakespeare when you
plicity. Then visit the home of Charles Wesley, the famous visit his birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon. Not far away, he
hymnwriter. Bath, a spa town of Roman origin, deserves its courted his wife, Anne Hathaway, in the garden of her
name. Since the first century, the warm waters have delightful thatched-roof cottage. You’ll also drive past Holy
refreshed and healed. You’ll see the unique Roman baths Trinity Church, where Shakespeare is buried. Enjoy a sce-
and enjoy this beautiful city of 18th century streets and nic drive through the charming villages of the Cotswolds
quaint shops. where honey colored cottages cluster together in secluded
valleys. Learn about the educational background of the
Day 5 WORCESTER and GLOUCESTER On the Wesley brothers John, Charles and Samuel, Jr. when you
banks of the River Severn stands the great sandstone view Christ Church College at Oxford University.
Cathedral of Worcester. Worcester was home to Frances
Havergal, author of "Take My Life and Let it Be", whose Day 9 DEPARTURE
father was a clergyman here. You will have an opportunity Say farewell as you return to the USA or enjoy the exciting
to visit the Royal Worcester porcelain shops. The city of extension to Ireland.
Gloucester boasts a small church which changed the world! Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this brochure. While you will see all sites list-
You’ll learn about George Whitefield, who grew up in the ed above, the order of sites and/or days and number of days may be altered to accommodate
changes in airline, hotel schedules, and local conditions. Minimum of 35 passengers required to
congregation of St. Mary de Crypt. He was at Oxford with operate a departure date. Minimum of 25 passengers required to operate an extension.
London and Ireland
John Wesley founded our great
church on an evangelical fervor
that called persons to accept
LONDON ON-OWN PRE-TOUR Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
4-Day Pre-Tour $698* Come, join the Iowa Conference
Day One - Depart USA as we stand in his college room
at Oxford, walk in the fields of
Day Two – Four - Arrive In London – Time in London
Explore and enjoy the vibrant capital city of London on your own. The London Pass gives you free entry to the subway
Bristol where he preached and
(Underground) and bus transportation systems, as well as over 60 attractions, including the Tower of London, Windsor worship in Wesley's Chapel in
Castle, the London Zoo and Kew Gardens. To see the current list of attractions covered, log on to: www.londonpass.com. London. Come... visit Epworth,
This Pre-Tour does not include Airport Transfers, Hotel Tips, Lunch, Dinner, or Guide.
the Wesley home and birthplace
Day Five – Travel with the guide and bus to meet the Basic tour passengers and begin your touring on Day Two of the of John and Charles Wesley and
Wesley Heritage basic program.
glimpse the formative years of
our founder. This will be an
IRELAND EXTENSION exciting, educational, and
Four Day Extension $1198 inspirational journey as we
trace our Methodist roots through
England. Join us as we pursue
a greater understanding of our
Day 9 Cork, Cobh, Blarney Depart England on your flight to Cork, Ireland. Our representatives will meet you at the Wesleyan Heritage.
airport and transfer you to your Irish bus as we head for Cobh. Here, you will visit the Heritage Center. From this port,
between 1845 and 1860, that 2.5 million people sailed to America. If you had an ancestor who came from Ireland to
America, chances are they departed from this very place. Find your family name on the archived passenger lists. You can
enjoy the multimedia exhibition and the railway station that has been completely refurbished in the style of the era. Visit
Blarney Castle and Blarney Woollen Mills Shop. At the Castle of Blarney you will see the fabled Blarney Stone. Legend
says that those who kiss the stone acquire a gift of eloquence. Check into your Cork area hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day 10 Ring of Kerry, Waterville, Muckross HouseDelight in some of the most spectacular scenery as you travel
the Ring of Kerry. Pause at the seaside village of Waterville. Here Charlie Chaplin owned a summer home, and Payne
Stewart was Club Captain of the local Golf Course. Visit the 19th century Muckross House. You will enjoy this magnif-
icent Victorian mansion that is considered one of Ireland’s leading stately homes. You will experience the elegance of
the day when you see the elegantly furnished rooms. Downstairs, however, reveals the working conditions of the ser-
vants employed in the house. Return to Cork for dinner and overnight.
Day 11 Rock of Cashel, Holy Cross Abbey, Rock of Dunamase, Dublin See the Rock of Cashel, the traditional
seat of Irish kings. Here St. Patrick is thought to have converted the King of Munster. The present ruins are from struc-
tures built in the 12 and 13th Centuries, during the Norman era. See the restored Holy Cross Abbey, whose roots go
back to 1233 AD. See the romantic ruins of the Rock of Dunamase. Abandoned since the 1300's, it was once home
to the Strongbow, the Norman Richard de Clare. Continue on to Dublin for dinner and overnight.
Day 12 Dublin We begin our journey this morning with a stop at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The church was transi-
tioned from a Catholic church to the Church of Ireland over the centuries. Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travels
and a critic of British rule was a pastor here. John Wesley spoke and administered communion here on one of his
numerous visits to Ireland. Take a walking tour of Trinity College. Founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1592, it is the old-
est college in Ireland. We’ll visit the Old Library here and see the Book of Kells, an ornately illustrated Bible produced
by Celtic Monks around 800 AD. Enjoy an afternoon to explore and shop on your own as you walk along the Liffey River
or visit the various museums. Return to your hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day 13 Return to USA Say farewell to Ireland this morning as you return home with memories of the people
and places of England and Ireland!
THE FINE PRINT... THE FINE PRINT... THE FINE PRINT...
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