As we prepare to welcome a new intern, Josefine, to Coventry, we hear from Rahel, who was with us three years ago, on the rich impact her year here had on her life.
Our second annual day to celebrate the CCN takes place in just under one month, on Sunday 27th September, and we invite all CCN partners to join in as and how they can! It has been a year that many
The 18th August has been a highlight in the St Saviour’s Parish calendar for twenty years since we were presented with a cross of nails admitting St Saviour’s Claremont with Good Shepherd Protea to the international Community of the Cross
Since March, the United States has seen the exponential spread of COVID-19, a pandemic that has crippled society. This disease has not only exposed our physical vulnerability, but laid bare our moral crises: The continued violence of racism and the
Reflections on the life and death of John Lewis and wondering whether we can hear the words “black lives matter” as a Gospel Mandate rather than a political statement
In last week’s live-streamed Compline from St Mary’s community in Banbury, we prayed for the world to be healed from all malice and hatred, and that we might root out the evil of racism. We live in worrying times where
One of our reconciliation events sadly unable to take place during March due to the lockdown was a dialogue between author Professor Paul Gifford and Revd Greg Bartlem, part of a series aimed at promoting the legacy of Girard’s thought
The profound issues around race that have surfaced this year are the responsibility of us all, to face, to own and to address, however little we may feel we know about where to start. Dean Jean expands on this in
On the day that UK worship communities are finally allowed once again to meet to worship in person, we share a prayer written last month by Coventry Cathedral’s pioneer ministry, St Clare’s at the Cathedral , which seems to sum up so many of this year’s enormous issues.
At the end of a week of mostly blazing sunshine and soaring temperatures across the UK, Canon Kathryn touches on how the first week of reopening for private prayer (the second week for the ruins) has been at Coventry Cathedral.