Wesley Heritage Tour
May 21st – May 29th, 2013
SEMINARY STUDENT PRICING
All inclusive price of only
For the first 10 students who apply.
Applications accepted on first-come, first-served basis.
Students will receive 3 hours of academic credit as a Mission or Evangelism course, when enrolling in appropriate course with Dr. Arun Jones, Dan and Lillian Hankey Associate Professor of Evangelism, Candler School of Theology at Emory University.
Basic Tour & Guided Sightseeing • First Class Hotels • Round-trip Airfare from Atlanta (Additional baggage & Optional fees may apply) Fuel Surcharges & Government Taxes• Deluxe Motor-coaches • Daily Breakfast and Dinner (May 24th Dinner in London on your own) Gratuities, Administrative Fees, Entrance Fees & Much, Much More!
Tuesday May 21 – Depart USA
Wednesday May 22 – Arrive London
Thursday May 23 – City Tour of London
Enjoy a panoramic tour of London where you will see Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Hyde Park and Trafalgar Square.
Friday May 24 – Panoramic Aldersgate Anniversary
As John Wesley did on that day, we will join choir in the Evensong at St. Paul’s Cathedral. Have a time of thanksgiving at the Aldersgate Flame Monument where Wesley had is heart warming experience. Pray at Susanna Wesley’s gave in Bunhill Fields Cemetery. Celebrate and praise in a worship service in Wesley’s City Road Chapel.
Saturday May 25 – Free Day in London
Sunday May 26 – Bristol, Hanham Mount & Pill
Visit the port city of Bristol, attend a lecture in one of Wesley’s early centers of ministry. See the “New Room” in the oldest Methodist building in the world. Stop in Hanham Mount where John Wesley preached his first open air sermons. Visit Pill, a port on the River Avon and see the monument of the first Methodist preachers.
Monday May 27 – Coventry, Cotswolds and Gloucester
In Coventry, view the charred ruins of the old cathedral shattered on November 14, 1940. Enjoy a scenic drive through the charming villages of the Cotswolds. Visit Burton-on-the Water, one of the most visited Cotswolds villages. Go to the city of Gloucester, boasting a small church that changed the world! Visit St. Mary de Crypt, home of 2 major influences on Wesley; George Whitefield & Robert Raikes.
Tuesday May 28 – Epworth
Travel to remote Epworth in the Fen Country. View where Wesley raised their brood of children in the Old Rectory. See Memorial Church, built with contributions from around the world. Visit St. Andrews Church.
Thursday May 29 – Return to USA
Costs (Special Discount for Seminary Students):
*Total net cost per person for the first 10 students is $2740, which is an all-inclusive price: Round-trip International Airfare from Atlanta, First Class Hotels and surcharges, buffet breakfast & dinner (except dinner on own in the 24th in London), Basic tours & Guided Sightseeing on Deluxe motorcoaches, entrance cost, taxes, registration fees, etc. Also a WMEI $300.00 Student Scholarship is already included.
|$20||Early Application Fee Due by December 18, 2012 OR Final Application Fee Deadline by January 16, 2013|
|$1800||Trip Commitment & Airfare due by February 6, 2013|
|$920||Final Balance due by March 23, 2013|
Non-Student pricing is also available
All inclusive price starting at only $3498
through Educational Opportunities Tours
Travel itinerary is similar to Student information above, except
- Tour dates are May 22nd – 30th, 2013
- USA departure on May 22 from New York
- Wednesday May 29th Tour to Stratford – Oxford is added
- Glimpse life in the days of William Shakespeare as you visit his birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon. Walk in the garden of a delightful thatched-roof cottage, the home of Anne Hathaway. Drive past Holy Trinity Church, where Shakespeare is buried. View Christ Church College at Oxford University.
For additional information and view current tour brochure go to www.eo.travel/find_trip
Tour: HE13 Date: 052213 Code: L
Tour is operated by Educational Opportunities Tours