Date(s) - 10/05/2019
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
All are welcome for this special Faith Develooment field trip as we explore some spiritual sites in nearby Berks County. Join us for one, two or all three stops on this tour of spiritual sites.
Saturday October 5th is the next of only two yearly public visitations days for The Sacred Oak.
We will begin our morning together by meeting at The Sacred Oak at 9:00am in Oley, PA. Come visit the largest yellow oak in the United States. The Sacred Oak, located in Oley, PA is between 500-700 years old! The Lenape Indians worshipped there as the tree is said to have healing powers. Come see it for yourself on this public visitation day!
Google Maps: 3200 Friedensburg Road, Oley 19547
PLEASE NOTE: This tree is on PRIVATE PROPERTY and can only be visited on scheduled days, which for now, is twice a year. Once in Spring and once in Fall.
Our estimated plan is to arrive at Bey’s Rock Shop in Bechtelsville, PA at 10:30am Folks meeting us at this location should coordinate with Lizzie Vena DLFD@tpuuf.org to arrange for timing updates on the day of the event.
Bey’s Rock Shop is located at 615 PA 100
Bechtelsville, Pa 19505
(North of Boyertown).
As a family owned and operated business we have been a supplier of rocks, minerals, fossils, crystals, faceted stones, cabochons, beads, and jewelry since 1961! Started on the family farm, James expanded to the building we are in now in 1981. The shop has changed and grown over the years to the now 8,000 square feet of showrooms.
At our store you can find everything from tumbled stones, carvings, and jewelry, to collector minerals and fossils. Small to large pieces to decorate your home, office, studio, or business. If you are interested in the metaphysical aspect of the crystals we have a wide variety as well.
Rounding out our tour, we estimate arriving at the National Centre for Padre Pio in Barto, PA at 12:00pm
To navigate to the National Centre for Padre Pio, enter National Centre for Padre Pio into your Android or iPhone GPS, or if using an in-dash Navigation system, rather than enter our street address, use the coordinates 40°23’27.9″N, 75°36’21.5″W for the most accurate driving directions.
In 1966, the Calandra family listened to Padre Pio’s call—and it changed the course of their lives forever. Their faith-filled journeyed to San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy sparked a deep devotion for Padre Pio that would extend far beyond the boundaries of their own family; today, it brings peace and healing to souls across the United States who visit the National Centre for Padre Pio.