Out of the challenges of 2020 comes hope, and new ways of being together.
On the eve of the 80th anniversary of the Coventry Blitz, we share this Thought, written for our CCN partner the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche, who planned to host Dean John this weekend. “Our shared witness to reconciliation is a message of hope to the world… whatever happens, knowing that we all need forgiveness, we can find a way forwards towards a shared future”.
As the USA and the wider world await the outcome of the US election, a reflection this week from one of our recent online pilgrims, Revd Neil Willard, from Houston, Texas.
A reflection on our online pilgrimage, from one of our newer CCN partners: its inevitable online nature in these times being ‘both a restriction and a liberation’. Read more ….
It’s been so encouraging to be reminded this week that, in such a difficult, disjointed year, our essence is strong, that individually and collectively so much good work goes on, and in the need to connect with each other there is great opportunity. Read about our first online pilgrimage, over the past few days:
In a year that is anything but normal for internships, we really look forward to Josefine starting work with us!
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