The Young Adults' Group at St Mary's Cathedral will put on their hiking books next weekend to tackle one of Scotland's highest peaks.
The sponsored climb of Schiehallion in Perthshire (1,083m) is to raise money for the Lenten Appeal to repair the Cathedral's windows.
Over a dozen young adults are expected to take part, praying the Rosary on the hike for the intentions of the Cathedral parish. They welcome any special prayer intentions.*
The Young Adults' Group wanted to do their bit to contribute to the upkeep of the Cathedral.
Fr Robert Taylor, who is helping organise the event, said: "The Young Adults' Group wanted to do their bit to contribute to the upkeep of the Cathedral. Several of them are keen hillwalkers so the decision was taken to take on Schiehallion.
"We appreciate everyone who has taken the time to sponsor us and hopefully more people will contribute in the week ahead."
The Young Adults’ Group is for those aged 18-30 who wish to grow closer to Jesus Christ through catechesis, discussion, prayer and friendship.
They meets each Tuesday in term time at 7pm in the cathedral hall for a talk given by an invited speaker followed by prayer and a social get-together.
If you would like to support the fundraiser, make a donation here.
*To submit a prayer intention please email firstname.lastname@example.org