Presbyterian Heritage Tour of Scotland

Edinburgh Castle is featured on Nawas England & Scotland programs

Explore your Presbyterian Heritage

Nawas features Presbyterian Heritage tours that visit the sites associated with John Knox, George Wishart and other Reformation preachers in Scotland. You’ll discover key sites where John Knox preached, including the Church of the Holy Rude (which means “Holy Cross”) in Stirling and St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh. Programs also include St. Andrews, where Knox was imprisoned and where Wishart, an early Scottish Reformer and a mentor of John Knox, was martyred.



Best of Scotland Presbyterian Heritage tour

10 Days Best of Scotland: Presbyterian Heritage

Start in Glasgow, founded by St. Mungo in AD550 … visit Stirling Castle, home to most of the King Jameses … see the Church of the Holy Rude where John Knox preached … Follow the shore of Loch Lomond to Oban … on to the Isle of Iona, where St. Columba and his disciples landed in 563 AD and established Scotland’s first Christian monastic settlement … visit the Clan Donald Center on the Isle of Skye … next is Fort William … visit Balmoral Castle in Inverness … St. Andrews where George Wishart, the Reformation preacher and companion of John Knox was martyred, and where John Knox preached and was imprisoned. See the ruins of the cathedral and the castle … end in historic Edinburgh including a visit to St. Giles Cathedral.