A Journey of Peace and Reconciliation | From $1085 per person
This Civil Rights Pilgrimage is a journey from sin, to repentance, and finally to reconciliation. We explore slavery, white supremacy, racism, and Jim Crow on this pilgrimage from Greensboro to Montgomery and Atlanta. The full itinerary is available below. Please click on the bold headings to expand the details for each day.
Thursday, March 31, 2022 | Depart Greensboro
Depart from Greensboro on a private motorcoach to Montgomery, Alabama. Lunch en route (on your own.) Welcome dinner (included) and introductory conversation. Overnight in downtown Montgomery.
Friday, April 1, 2022 | Montgomery
Begin your pilgrimage with a sobering and humbling look at the sins of slavery, white supremacy, and racism with a visit to the Equal Justice Initiative’s museum and lynching memorial. Following lunch, the theme shifts repentance and liberation as we tour significant sites in Montgomery’s Civil Rights history including Rosa Parks museum and Dexter Avenue Baptist Church with a guide who was active in the movement and participated in the Selma to Montgomery march. Dinner on your own and overnight in Montgomery.
Saturday, April 2, 2022 | Montgomery to Atlanta
Continuing the focus on repentance and liberation, the group will visit Selma, Alabama with our guide including the Lowndes County Interpretive Center, Brown Chapel AME Church, and a walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge. After lunch together as a group we will board our coach and travel to Atlanta, arriving in time for a visit at the birthplace and burial site of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dinner together as a group (included) and overnight in Downtown Atlanta.
Sunday, April 3, 2022 | Atlanta to Greensboro
We conclude our journey with a service of worship at Ebenezer Baptist Church, the home pulpit of Rev. Dr. King and now Rev. Raphael Warnock, the first Black Senator from the state of Georgia. After lunch (included) we will return to Greensboro by motorcoach. Dinner (on your own) en route.
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Price, Deadlines, and Insurance
This pilgrimage features a tiered pricing system. With 16-19 registered pilgrims, the price is $1375 per person, double occupancy. With 20-29 pilgrims, the price is reduced to $1240. If more than 30 register, the price is further reduced to $1085.
Group travel insurance is available through Progressive Pilgrimage and is underwritten by Allianz. The group travel policy offers a substantial discount over personal policies, but we encourage you to compare insurance options. . Coverage details are available here. If you are interested, please select the insurance option on your registration form and we will contact you with additional details before adding the insurance to your invoice.
Deposit due October 1, 2021. Final payment due January 30, 2022.
Terms and conditions
Sensitive to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, we are offering the most flexible payment and refund policy we can. These terms supersede the standard cancelation policy found on the Terms & Conditions page. You can find our full Coronavirus update here.
A $500/person deposit is due at time of registration, payable online via credit card. Participants will be invoiced for additional payments which may be paid by check, ACH, or credit card. Credit card payments of the remaining balances will incur a 3% fee.
Please read the complete Terms and Conditions online. ENROLLMENT IN AND PAYMENT FOR THE TOUR CONSTITUTES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE CONDITIONS AND STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY.