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The Strength of the Dollar and our Baptist History Tour

By admin | January 26, 2009

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It has been amazing to watch the US Dollar strengthen against the British pound. This had made our Baptist and Puritan History Tour all the more affordable.

I recently received a phone call from our travel agent, explaining that this difference in the exchange rate significantly alters the expenses involved in our tour! There is still room, and we will love having as many as possible to join us.

We will visit many fantastic locations, including Hampton Court Palace, site of the Conference between reform minded puritans and King James I in 1604; Westminster Abbey, site of the Westminster Assembly; Bunhill Fields, the Dissenter’s burial ground in London; the Metropolitan Tabernacle and Spurgeon’s grave; John Bunyan’s Bedford; a full day ‘Pilgrim Tour‘ visiting the area where the Mayflower Pilgrims lived and worshiped; Benjamin Beddome’s village Bourton-on-the-Water; the oldest existing Baptist Chapel in Tewksbury; Christ Church, Oxford (where John Owen was Dean); and much more!

Please take a look at our page describing all of th great things we will do:

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