This wonderful 7-minute film, with its stunning imagery of Coventry Cathedral, provides a taster for a complete series of interviews on reconciliation with current and previous Coventry Canons for Reconciliation, all accessible elsewhere on this page, together with the full-length version of this film (47 minutes).
In the final film in our interview series, hear our current Canon for Reconciliation’s thoughts on reconciliation’s role at Coventry today, and some of the theology in which it is rooted. See also her Vision for the reconciliation ministry going
In the fifth film in the series of interviews with Canons for Reconciliation at Coventry past and present, Canon David Porter outlines some of the challenges of reconciliation ministry at Coventry, opportunities for the Community of the Cross of Nails,
the Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, reflects on his time as a Canon at Coventry Cathedral, and speaks about the theological basis for reconciliation, and Coventry’s role, as part of the ‘Reflections on Reconciliation’ video series.
Revd Canon Andrew White reflects on the impact that his time at Coventry had on his subsequent work, particularly in Baghdad.
Relax, make a coffee, sit back and enjoy Revd Canon Paul Oestreicher’s thoughts and perspectives on, and reminiscences about, his ministry in Coventry and the Community of the Cross of Nails through the 1980s, ahead of his Lord Mayor’s Annual Peace Lecture during the
Revd Canon Kenyon Wright, the first Canon for Reconciliation at Coventry and the founder of the formal Community of the Cross of Nails, starts off our series of reflections on reconciliation and Coventry’s role.