Buen Camino is Spanish for “Good Walk” and is the common greeting on the Camino de Santiago. It implies that we are pilgrims on a pilgrimage. Walking with others, hiking in the mountains, going on pilgrimages are all ways that open the door for Spirit to move in powerful ways in our lives.
Together we encourage each other, have a goal to motivate us, make positive friendships, and engage in some experiences we may not participate in alone. It is also a way to engage the greater community to add people to our ministry of service. By opening the door for people to engage in an activity and relationship building process we increase the opportunity to serve others.