We were overjoyed to welcome the chaplaincy team at one of central London’s biggest and busiest hospitals to both the CCN and its new interfaith sister network, Together for Hope, this week, having spent several inspiring days with a number
By The Very Reverend Shane Parker, Dean of Christ Church Cathedral Ottawa Last week something new was added to the 45-year history of Coventry Cathedral’s Community of the Cross of Nails. For the very first time, a CCN pilgrimage was
Calling churches and partners across the CCN! On Sunday 29th September, and the last Sunday in September each year thereafter, we’ll be helping our worship and reconciling communities across the world to give some special focus to the CCN, to
As we reach Holy Week, we hope and pray that recent events in Sudan can offer an opportunity for vision and be a forerunner for building a culture of peace.
We seem to be busy at Coventry with visits from various CCN partners at the moment, which is a real joy! On just one weekend last week we welcomed a visit from Neuruppin in Germany on the Friday, and on
Until Easter, a wonderful artwork stands just below St Michael and the Devil at Coventry Cathedral: the Knife Angel, a unique memorial to the victims of knife crime, made from over 100,000 knives seized by the police in the UK.
In this week’s Thought, read the unique and inspiring story of the latest new CCN partner to join the Community of the Cross of Nails this year.
I was privileged to be invited to speak last week at the 75th anniversary commemoration for the bombing of the city of Nijmegen. This, the oldest city in the Netherlands, is only 2 miles from the German border and was
Bilton CE Junior School is one of our newest ICON Schools – so new they’ve not even had their Cross presented yet! But we’re so thrilled to read of their excitement at joining the ICONS network we wanted to share it here.
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.