We invite you to make a pilgrimage with Bishop John Coleridge Patteson on a circular – ‘Patteson’s Way’. The eight mile pilgrimage visits the main sites associated with Bishop John Coleridge Patteson – Feniton, Alfington, Ottery St Mary and Patteson’s Cross in East Devon, and can be walked in a day or in four stages.
A Coming of Age MMUK Trustee, Revd Martin Cox, reflects on the charity’s AGM and Patteson Festival Day at Exeter Cathedral on Saturday 18 September. All the ‘clicks’ of the liturgical Rubik’s cube had been made and there was full alignment around the sides of the cube. This was through… Read more
The Archbishop of Canterbury has visited Devon to open a new pilgrimage route on his first public engagement outside London in 18 months. Justin Welby was launching the Patteson’s Way, an 8-mile circular walking route in honour of Bishop John Coleridge Patteson who grew up in Feniton, near Ottery St Mary and… Read more
School children in Devon have been working on a special project to commemorate the life of the first Bishop of Melanesia, who died 150 years ago this month and also to voice their concerns about climate change in the pacific. Pupils at Feniton and Tipton St John Church of England… Read more
MMUK is looking forward to welcoming over 150 supporters from all over the UK to its Patteson Commemorations and AGM Festival Day at Exeter Cathedral on Saturday 18th September. This year’s events will celebrate the ministry and witness of Bishop John Coleridge Patteson on the 150th anniversary of his martyrdom… Read more
As a form six student from Selwyn College, Honiara and originally from the island of Nukapu, where the first bishop of Melanesia shed his blood, I would like to share some of the historical story of Bishop John Coleridge Patteson, which my Grandmother has shared with me. This short brief… Read more
Thursday 30th September at 10am – 11am (and 7pm – 8pm) BST On Thursday 30th September at 10am – 11am and repeated again at 7pm – 8pm BST, I will be hosting an online event to share the latest news from the region and from our AGM and Festival Day in the presence… Read more