Vision of Reconciliation with Sarah Snyder

November 28, 2016administration0

Sarah Snyder, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Advisor for Reconciliation, will give the second Coventry Cathedral Reconciliation Lecture. Her lecture “Vision of Reconciliation” on Monday, 28th November at 7:00pm in St Michael’s House will explore the reconciliation vision of the Archbishop and the work that she does with her team from Coventry Cathedral and Lambeth Palace. […]

Associate Programme: Week 3

November 22, 2016administration0

Reconciliation and Public Service Coventry is known around the world as a City of Peace and Reconciliation — but what does that mean to the city, to the organisations that base themselves here and to you? Are you a manager in the Private, Public or Voluntary sector in Coventry? If so, you’re invited to spend […]

Faith and Frontiers Today: Project Bonhoeffer

November 5, 2016administration0

What is our role and responsibility as citizens of the UK and Europe for the security and welfare of  refugees and migrants? With the growing number of arrivals, the question of the rights of refugees and the responsibilities of the rest of us for their safety and welfare is currently a matter of keen political […]

Black Christmas Documentary Film

November 3, 2016administration0

Black Christmas is a documentary film that traces the journey of forgiveness and transformation of a perpetrator in the racially charged 1996 Christmas Eve bombing in Worcester, South Africa. The documentary digs deep into the complexity of forgiveness and leaves views thinking about the possibility of reconciliation. The film will be followed by discussion with […]

Dresden: A Love Story?

November 2, 2016administration0

A talk by Ranier Barczaitis, Dresden Anglo-German Association, on the findings of the project British traces in Dresden. This event is happening in conjunction with Coventry Peace Festival 2016.

Associate Programme: Week 2

October 18, 2016administration0

Reconciliation and Disagreeing Well Coventry is known around the world as a City of Peace and Reconciliation — but what does that mean to the city, to the organisations that base themselves here and to you? Are you a manager in the Private, Public or Voluntary sector in Coventry? If so, you’re invited to spend […]

Reconciliation: Reflections on Coventry’s Role

October 14, 2016administration0

Reconciliation: Reflections on Coventry’s Role is a new film that compiles the Coventry experience of the Canons for Reconciliation at Coventry Cathedral. We invite you to the film premiere where drinks and canapés will be served prior to the screening and discussion will follow. Attendance is free – Suggested donation of £5. For more information, […]

OPEN Table

September 25, 2016administration0

OPEN Table will return on the 25th September in the Nave of the Cathedral. Gathered around the table with a simple supper we share in fellowship and practice reconciliation. All are welcome and have a seat at the table.

Is Peace Possible? with Terry Waite

September 21, 2016administration2

Waite was the Assistant for Anglican Communion Affairs for the then Archbishop of Canterbury, Robert Runcie, in the 1980s. As an envoy for the Church of England, he travelled to Lebanon to try to secure the release of four hostages, including the journalist John McCarthy. He was himself kidnapped and held captive from 1987 to […]

Associate Programme

September 20, 2016administration0

Reconciliation and Coventry’s Story Coventry is known around the world as a City of Peace and Reconciliation — but what does that mean to the city, to the organisations that base themselves here and to you? Are you a manager in the Private, Public or Voluntary sector in Coventry? If so, you’re invited to spend […]

 

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