This schedule may vary slightly based on the movement of the Spirit and the needs of the community.

Day One

Monday, July 17 – Oia
We gather at our lodging in Oia, Spain in the late afternoon, beginning with an opening circle of introductions and setting our intentions for the journey ahead. (Photo credit: Jackson Droney, pilgrimage leader)


Day Two

Tuesday, July 18 – Baiona
We begin our daily rhythm of walking, leaving Oia by 7:30 AM in silence and arriving in Baiona by mid-afternoon. We will hold our first seminar on remembering and will spend time in listening circles before dinner. (Photo credit: Jackson Droney, pilgrimage leader)

Day Three

Wednesday, July 19 – Vigo
After the longest day of walking, pilgrims will have time to explore the large port city of Vigo. (Photo credit: Jackson Droney, pilgrimage leader)

Day Four

Thursday, July 20 – Redondela
This day’s walk will take us up and down a mountain. We will hold our second seminar on releasing and spend time in listening circles before dinner. (Photo credit: Christiana Lundholm, 2022 pilgrim)

Day Five

Friday, July 21 – Pontevedra
Upon our arrival in this lively town, pilgrims will have free time to explore, including the Pilgrim’s Chapel and Convent of St. Francis. (Photo credit: Jon Buck, 2022 Pilgrim)

Day Six

Saturday, July 22 – Caldas de Reis
We will continue our walk to the sleepy town of Caldas de Reis. We will take time to tend to our bodies after five days of walking, stopping by a natural hot spring. (Photo Credit: Buck Cochran, 2022 Pilgrim)

Day Seven

Sunday, July 23 – Padron
As we draw closer to Santiago, we’ll hold our third seminar on reimaging. We will hold time for pilgrim circles before having dinner in this town famous for its peppers. (Photo Credit: Martha Kirkpatrick)

Day Eight

Monday, July 24 – Santiago
We arrive in Santiago on the eve of the Feast of St. James. We will reexamine our intentions and prepare to ease into the next day’s festivities. (Photo credit: Jackson Droney, pilgrimage leader)

Day Nine

Tuesday, July 25 – Santiago
We hold a closing circle in the morning. Enjoying free time during the day, we gather in the evening for the Feast of St. James Day festivities. (Photo Credit: Jon Buck)

Day Ten

Wednesday, July 26 – Santiago
Pilgrims depart for home.
(Photo Credit: Buck Cochran, 2022 Pilgrim)


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Grounded in our understanding of God’s desire for peace, wholeness and well-being, we envision a world transformed by contemplative living and leadership in which all people honor one another and creation, recognize their unity and interconnectedness, and courageously seek to live out of this reality.