It aims to unlock stories of the 'down-to-earth-Christ' and the annual sponsored walk is its main source of income.
From Bognor Regis, Wimbledon, High Wycome, Bedford, Cambridge, Redhill, Clapham, Wandsworth and West Sussex, they came, about 700 in all, some in groups, some pairs or singly, for a seven mile trek from Bermondsey to Brockley, stopping off at churches on the way for a refreshments, a rest and the chance to find out about the exciting and challenfing realities of urban mission.
It was great to welcome them, lovely to meet some familiar faces, too. Long live the Unlock walk.
|Walkers enjoying a well-earned rest|
|Canine companions raring to go|