Glorious sunny skies greeted the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their visit to Coventry Cathedral today. They spent time mingling with an enthusiastic public in the Ruins, heard Coventry’s story, and met visiting schoolchildren, the choir, and visited the
We start 2018 looking forward to another year with a real breadth of new members! The first of these, in February, will become our third member in Cuba and in fact in Latin America, the First Baptist Church of Matanzas,
This week we hear from Maite Bohm, one of our three interns in the Reconciliation Team, who first came to Coventry as a young teenager on one of our pilgrimages and is now with us for a full year!
Bishop John, the UK President of the CCN, shares with us his thoughts and what inspires him towards reconciliation.
For our final CCN Thought this year, this wonderful, moving short film, from one of our most recent new partners, gently puts into a nutshell the power of the Coventry Litany of Reconciliation and the potential of the CCN – and indeed each one of us – to take forward its message from our own doorsteps and right across the world.
A very Merry Christmas to you, from the Reconciliation Ministry Team at Coventry Cathedral: from top down – Carly, Canon Sarah, Alice, Alex, Emma, Maite, Cerys and Stacy.
For our Christmas Thought for the Week, we’re delighted to share Revd Canon Paul Oestreicher’s message with you. Canon Paul was a Canon at Coventry Cathedral and Director of the Cathedral’s then Centre for International Reconciliation from 1986 to 1998, and continues to work as a journalist and expert on human rights, peace, faith and society. A Merry Christmas to you all!
This week we hear from Mark Simmons, connected to the CCN previously through UK partner Cord, and very much an ongoing partner in the work both of the Reconciliation Team and CCN in the UK.
This week, as we journey deeper into the season of Advent, we hear from Paul Maxwell-Rose, Director of CHIPS, one of our partners based in the UK, who outlines why the Christmas story has so much relevance to all of our work as reconcilers, and how CHIPS today follows Christ’s example in ‘taking both sides’ as the fundamental basis of its own community reconciliation projects.
This week in our Thought for the Week we hear from Krizstina Giefing, teacher at one of the schools in our ICONS network, the Neue Mittelschule Guntramsdorf in Austria: read their inspiring example of how they have used the Coventry story in their lessons.