Coronavirus Update

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic Threesixteen have now cancelled its 2020 Mountain Adventures and Pilgrim Walks programme. We have talked with all our customers and are very sorry if this affects you. We are however working on our 2021 calendar which will be published on this website.

Staying at home is challenging and we are all looking for new activities and ‘things’ to help fill the time. Threesixteen are providing the following free downloads for you and your family. We hope you enjoy them.

  • E-Book – Pray Wales – They said it was impossible.
  • Bible Study – They said it was impossible – A series of 4 multi-media Bible studies based upon evangelist Clive Cornish’s unique walks with the cross.
  • Short Film (12-13mins) – Your Will – Join Clive as makes an arduous ascent of Ben Nevis.

Please take time to browse our website and read all about our other projects and activities. I am sure you will find these interesting.

Useful Information:

We do urge you all to follow the government’s advice and highlight the following website for the latest news and signposting:

WHO Video – How is Covid-19 spread and how do you protect yourself?


From 2003–2018 Threesixteen supported, photographed and filmed Counties evangelist Clive Cornish during his unique walks, runs and climbs with the cross. A selection of images from these amazing adventures will be exhibited in the iconic Norwegian Church Art Gallery in Cardiff Bay from 3rd-16th June 2019. The exhibition entitled Forty Days & Forty Nights was designed to take viewers on a challenging and uplifting journey. An exhibition tour is now being considered

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They said it was impossible grew out of a project called Pray Wales which included a series of walks, runs and climbs with a large (12ft x 6ft) and heavy (50lb) wooden cross. A free e-book and series of four multimedia Bible studies based upon these incredible journeys are now available for download.

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In a difficult and challenging walk evangelist Clive Cornish and documentary photographer Lathan Ball walked over 800 miles from Jerusalem to Rome in the Footsteps of the Apostle Paul. Travelling through Israel, Malta, Sicily and Italy with a large wooden cross they retraced Paul’s last missionary journey taking the Gospel message to the “ends of the world.”

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Counties evangelist Clive Cornish walking the cross by The Lamb pub in Builth Wells, Wales

The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him and said, “Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!”

John 1:29

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son so whoever believes shall not perish but have eternal life.

John 3:16

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