A series of films on Coventry’s role in reconciliation have been made recently, featuring interviews with all Coventry’s Canons for Reconciliation past and present, and we are pleased to share the first of these here.
‘Reconciliation: Reflections on Coventry’s Role’. In this inspiring film, all six Canons for Reconciliation since the role began share their thoughts, insights and memories from their time at Coventry, and their hopes for future ministry. Click here to view a short trailer or here to see the complete film.
To hear about the Coventry’s current reconciliation ministry under the leadership of Revd Canon Dr Sarah Hills, Canon for Reconciliation, or to view the interview with the founder of the CCN in 1974, the late Canon Kenyon Wright, click on the list below. The five final films in the series will be released in autumn 2017.
‘Father, Forgive’ is a film about Coventry’s ministry of reconciliation made by ‘Net for God’, a worldwide network working towards unity and peace between churches and cultures. Click here for the link to their website.