Travel with Sam Schreiner
and Jonathan Addleton!

It is our great privilege to invite you to join Dr. Addleton and me as current-day pilgrims exploring Turkey and Greece’s Biblical and historical sites. Outstanding, first-rate guides will be with us to explain the historical backgrounds of these lands, once ruled by famous kings, emperors, and sultans. We will stay at some of the most charming and notable accommodations found in the cities of Istanbul, Athens, and Thessaloniki while enjoying their hospitality and world-renown cuisine.

After visiting the stunning ruins of Ancient Ephesus, we will embark on a contemporary cruise ship to cross the Mediterranean and see the island of Patmos, where John was exiled and received the Revelation. Then we sail on to beautiful Santorini, stopping by en route to the isle of Crete. Finally, we will reach the Greek mainland and visit the great cities where Paul preached, including Athens, Corinth, Berea, Thessaloniki, and Philippi. We also will see the famous Greek Orthodox monasteries of Meteora, a stunning World Heritage Site, while we travel up the interior of Greece in modern motor coaches.

Friends of Forman invites you to join with others who want to know more about the roots of faith in this region. We will learn together through talks and devotions that Dr. Addleton and I will share along the way. New friendships will form while enjoying the sights and treasures of these ancient lands.

Because travel is booking up early, I encourage you to reserve a spot very soon. This trip will be limited to 32 travelers on a first-come (with deposit paid) basis.  Airline arrangements and pricing will finalize in November of 2021.


Please follow this link to learn more about this exciting trip, including day-by-day itinerary, reservation form, and insurance information:

Please note: Because this trip includes walking on uneven or rocky surfaces, we can only accommodate ambulatory travelers.

Your Host,

Rev. Sam Schreiner
Executive Director
Friends of Forman Christian College

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