April 28-May 14, 2019
The first week will be spent at Capernwray Hall. a historic manor in northwest England. You will take day trips to historic market villages, the stunning Lakes District and surrounding countryside, which was home to famous writers such as Beatrix Potter, William Wordsworth and the Bronte sisters. Then, you’ll spend eight days in London, exploring Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and other top sites.
BE A LEADER
You will participate in a global leadership conference uniting people from every corner of the world for two days of world class speakers, worship and encouragement at the Royal Albert Hall. At the Alpha conference, you will join with others for God-breathed moments with creative thinkers, church builders, influencers and entrepreneurs.
The cost for the trip will be determined by the number of students who attend. The cost of the program is $2,950. This price includes round-trip flights, room and board, train tickets, travel cards and a London Pass.
The trip will be led by Adam Baron, director of community engagement and strategy. Baron has lived, worked, studied and traveled extensively in the U.K. and is passionate about sharing it with students. The group is limited to 12 students.
Complete the form to make contact with Dr. David Brackney, faculty sponsor of the Earth Studies Field Study program, to ask questions, receive pertinent details or to indicate your interest.