Each Pilgrim House gathering follows the same general structure of the ancient four-fold liturgy (gathering, story, table, sending), though each is slightly different. It is a ritual of reflection that is connected with the Pilgrims’ Notes podcast, always flowing from the liturgical year.

Upcoming Pilgrim House Liturgy


Pilgrim House liturgies are progressive and sacramental. They are also open; however, you must RSVP to participate, either through the Facebook event page or through the contact us page.

The Basic Structure of Our Liturgies

The pilgrims gather from their journeying with the Pilgrim House gathering song to light the lamp of God’s peace in Christ. They share something of beauty, wonder, or mystery they experienced, witnessed or created from their pilgrimage.

The pilgrims prepare and share a meal.

The pilgrims reflect and imagine. After the meal, when the table is cleared, the children and adults share two stories and are encouraged to play, draw, and create together at the table.

The pilgrims celebrate the sacrament of solidarity, savoring the abundance of Christ’s table. It is a rich sacrament, with breads, butters, honeys, and sparkling juices and wines. It is the fruit of the earth and a sign of love.

The pilgrims sing and dance and dream into the night, returning to their pilgrimage with “Alleluia” in their hearts and on their lips.