A commemorative pilgrimage to honor the history and legacy of slavery in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. A chance to visit the Episcopal Churches of Maryland and witness them in a new light – looking at the legacy of slavery and the impact it still bears witness to today.
Travel the Trail of Souls with us on the Day of Repentance and Reconciliation, November 1,to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Abolition of Chattel Slavery in Maryland.
A bus pilgrimage and caravan will depart from the Diocesan Center/Cathedral of the Incarnation in Baltimore and then proceed to three historic parishes, ending at the Claggett Center, Buckeystown. Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori will join us for this Day of Repentance and Reconciliation, along with Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton and Bishop Suffragan Heather Elizabeth Cook, and Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde of the Diocese of Washington.
Register to join the pilgrimage either on the bus ($25) or in your own vehicle (Free) online:
Learn about the history of 21 additional parishes through a virtual pilgrimage coming soon to the Trail of Souls website, trailofsouls.org.