Lives Transformed By The
UNSTOPPABLE LOVE OF JESUS
El Camino De Santiago - Santiago De Compostela, Spain
The Camino De Santiago (otherwise known as The Way of Saint James) is a system of pilgrimage routes throughout Europe, across northern Spain that all lead to Santiago De Compostela. Those who make a pilgrimage to Santiago are called 'Pilgrims.'
The most famous route is around 500 miles in length and is said to be a route that Apostle James took when sharing the Gospel in Spain. El Camino De Santiago is considered to be a holistic pilgrimage of mind, body, heart, and soul.
SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
Every year, over 300,000 people walk the 500-mile long Camino de Santiago trail that stretches from France to Spain. Many of these pilgrims are doing so for spiritual reasons, seeking truth and purpose. The Pilgrim House Welcome Center is a place for pilgrims to find respite from their walk and take time to reflect: reflect on their Camino, reflect on life, and reflect on what may lay ahead.
We offer a safe place to engage the deeper questions concerning the love and mystery of God, life, and our resilient frailty. This time of reflection is sacred and Pilgrim House’s purpose is to foster space (physical, mental, and spiritual) for this time.
TOGETHER WE CAN PARTNER WITH THE POWERFUL LOVE OF JESUS TO SEE LIVES TRANSFORMED
FOOD. FREEDOM. FORGIVENESS.
We take a holistic approach to help those
in need by following the actions of Jesus
and loving people the ways He did.
Jesus fed the hungry, freed the enslaved, forgave the sins of the world.
He turned hearts towards Him not only with his words but with food, freedom, and forgiveness.
This is the passion of One Collective, to approach lives in need caring for the whole person, caring for the whole community.