It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of Dean John Petty.
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.
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.
Welcome to Coventry Cathedral’s Lunchtime Organ Music series, running from May to September 2017. We are delighted to offer a wonderful variety of music and musicians for you to enjoy, blending some of the finest young talent with renowned concert artists.
We can share something of our story that out of the travails of our suffering, hope rose again from the ashes of our city’s despair and we walked the long road to reconstruction and reconciliation.
We’re really pleased to release the full film of Reconciliation: Reflections on Coventry’s Role – a fascinating set of short interviews with our previous and current Canons for Reconciliation.
We are looking for some extraordinary people, committed to supporting this iconic place, and enabling our inspirational work to continue and flourish in the years ahead.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has announced the appointment of Sarah Snyder as his new Adviser for Reconciliation.
Music at Coventry Cathedral is being boosted by a grant from a new Diamond Chorister Fund to help train new choristers.