A reminder about our discussion session on the eve of Cop26: what role can or should the CCN play in convening, encouraging and nurturing partners as we face an environmental crisis that risks overwhelming us? All are very welcome. We’re
What is our role as a scattered community in helping and encouraging one another to safeguard the planet? Just ahead of Cop26, join us to discuss.
As we welcome the the Third Order, Society of St. Francis into the CCN, here they explain who they are, and why their new partnership with the CCN is so important.
We’ve new volunteer interns at Coventry this week! and ahead also of CCN Sunday next week, Stacy Nelson, former US intern, and Robert Childers, CCN USA Board president, discuss Coventry’s inspiration on their lives.
The world tomorrow will remember the full trauma and tragedy of 9/11, twenty years on. In the CCN, we’ll pray also for St Paul’s Chapel in New York City, which became part of the CCN four years later.
Farewells all round to Fine, our intern this year, who has been with us both long-distance and part-time but has made a wonderful success of her role, helping us with various CCN projects. We wish her all the best as she leaves us – we will miss her!
WALKING FOR PEACE In early June a pastor friend of mine asked me to participate in a walk from his church in downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee, to a park in the center of town. He told me that “God had put
Some thoughts on ‘Community’ from a very sunny day in Coventry with this year’s Journey of Hope reconciliation leadership programme earlier this month.
Beautiful hand-crafted sterling silver Cross of Nails necklaces in six finishes now for sale from St Clare’s at the Cathedral, and can be ordered and sent to you anywhere in the world.
The enormous significance of a single feather in summing up the sacred and how this must be protected: a view from British Columbia, Canada