Throughout Advent, CCN partner Pullen Memorial Baptist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina, is sharing daily meditations contributed by both Pullen and by their own key overseas partners. We share below the first of them, on the mutual support and opportunity
As Brexit indecision continues, we hear from our Dutch CCN Board, from whom a number are due to join us on our Coventry CCN pilgrimage this week, about the inspiration that Coventry’s story provides in the Netherlands, in a growing sub-network that has a healthy momentum of its own!
On the even of a crucial UK parliamentary vote on the Brexit deal, and a crucial couple of weeks for all of the EU, we hear from two of our recent German interns who have each had transformational placements in Coventry, about the impact of their experience of cross-border partnership and learning at Coventry Cathedral.
The current turmoil in the relationship between the United Kingdom and her partners in the European Union makes the bonds of friendship we forge through organisations such as the Community of the Cross of Nails even more vital. We reflect, as the Ludwigskirche Saarbrücken, whose story closely mirrors Coventry’s own, joins the CCN.
As we enter a month of extreme uncertainty in the UK, an uncertainty which stretches far across and beyond our own borders, we share here this piece offering solace by Canon Kathryn Fleming, featuring a prayer from Churches Together ‘Brexit Prayers’.
We are so looking forward to this first Cross of Nails Sunday – a chance to collectively celebrate our network during worship on this one day on 29th September. At Coventry Cathedral we shall be following a special liturgy and
Next week is intern change time at Coventry – we say goodbye to Stacy after two eventful years of her fantastic inputs into Cathedral life, and hello to Hanna-Lotta. Here Stacy reflects on what led her here, and some of what she found, as we wish her the very best as she moves on!
We are happy to announce that registration for the 2019 Autumn Pilgrimage is now open. Register for the 2019 Autumn Pilgrimage here. The 2019 Autumn CCN Pilgrimage will take place at Coventry Cathedral from lunchtime on Wednesday 30th October
We were overjoyed to welcome the chaplaincy team at one of central London’s biggest and busiest hospitals to both the CCN and its new interfaith sister network, Together for Hope, this week, having spent several inspiring days with a number
By The Very Reverend Shane Parker, Dean of Christ Church Cathedral Ottawa Last week something new was added to the 45-year history of Coventry Cathedral’s Community of the Cross of Nails. For the very first time, a CCN pilgrimage was