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.
Unprecedented times during these Covid-19 days – and welcoming the stranger, which relates directly to World Refugee Day too, from CCN applicant the Third Order of the Society of St Francis.
Amid so much else happening globally, the Covid-19 pandemic continues to hold us all in its grip: one of our leading voices in the CCN from South Africa, the Revd Canon Dr Vicentia Kgabe, provides this week’s Thought from the College of the Transfiguration.
“The world, as it is at this present point in time, is unlike anything I have ever experienced. The United States of America, my home, is becoming unrecognizable to me”: a sombre reflection on these current times in the USA from Robert Childers, CCN USA Board President.
“How can we as reconcilers show our love and solidarity with our other brothers and sisters in the other parts of this one world?”
Listen as Oliver Schuegraf offers some perspectives.
HMP Onley is a category C adult male prison within the Diocese of Coventry. Opened some years ago, it has an original silver plated Cross of Nails in the Chapel. In April 2016 the prison joined the Community of the
As the current global health and economic crises continue to affect much of humanity, there has been good news – prophetic signs, perhaps, of God’s ability to nurture hope and new life in the midst of death and suffering. Here
In January of this year I was in Berlin attending the annual International Military Chiefs of Chaplaincy conference. A time when military Chief Chaplains from across the world come together to talk, discuss common issues and of course to worship.
At the beginning of March we held our international reps’ meeting in Coventry, which brought together either face to face or via skype seven of the key lead partners from the CCN’s geographical regions around the globe. The Dean leads