Jen Jenkins, our new ICONS Project Officer at Coventry Cathedral, reflects on her recent visit to one of our ICON Schools, St Aidan’s Primary in Hartlepool.
This week’s Thought is a spotlight on the work of our lead partner in South Africa, and the work that it does.
“Fear and prejudice about those we do not know are often behind our divisions…It’s in our hearts that transformation must come for there to be reconciliation.”
One of our forthcoming partners, from Plauen in eastern Germany, shares this wonderful story of historical forgiveness and rebuilding for this week’s Thought for the Week.
No-Deal. May’s Deal. Managed Withdrawal. People’s Vote. Irish backstop. Brexit has introduced a whole range of new terms to our public lexicon. It would also not be unfair to say that Brexit appears to have introduced a whole new tone
As we still get used to this new year, a few wise words about nurturing our capacity for listening, accepting, caring, forgiving or loving those who are not like us.
One of our newest partners, St Michael the Archangel, Southampton, sends us this wonderful reflection for our New Year’s CCN Thought for the Week. With our very best wishes for peace, joy and patience in 2019!
Canon Sarah delivered her final sermon at Coventry last Sunday 16th December, and you can read it and her thoughts on reconcilation, Coventry and the role of each one of us to be reconcilers, here.
On the eve of Canon Sarah’s final weekend in Coventry as Canon for Reconciliation, the International Representatives from communities across the CCN have recorded their own personal farewells.
On the eve of our final Cross of Nails presentation of this year, to the parish of Abbeydale and Millhouses in Sheffield, it’s a chance to reflect on what an incredibly busy and blessed year this has been!