We continue to hold in prayer and in our thoughts those whose who lost their lives and those whose lives will never be the same following the Grenfell Tower fire in north Kensington.
Canon Sarah will talk about what it was like to take part in the Erbil Peace Walk in Iraqi Kurdistan Thursday 22nd June, at 12.30 pm in St Michael’s House.
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel invited religious leaders from all over the world to the Federal Foreign Office to launch an initiative to work more closely with faith communities.
A peace patch, over 5 metres wide and made up of over 1800 badges representing schools from around the UK, demonstrates that these schools stand by a pledge for peace and reconciliation.
Earlier this year, a number of Coventry’s Boy Choristers and Choral Scholars travelled to Lubeck to join the Choir of St Mary’s Church for a concert and a service to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the bombing of the city and destruction of the church in 1942.
Once again, we find ourselves experiencing pain before which words seem insufficient… I feel a need to address those who perpetrate these crimes.
Following Monday’s attack in Manchester, a Vigil will be held in the Cathedral Ruins for an hour from 5.15 pm on Thursday May 25th.
The City Council’s Annual Meeting was held in the Cathedral today, when Councillor Tony Skipper became Lord Mayor of Coventry.
Bishop Christopher introduces ‘Thy Kingdom Come’.
Coventry Cathedral, with its long history and ministry of reconciliation, is pleased to host this exhibition featuring the murals of the Bogside Artists in Derry/Londonderry from May 25th to June 30th.