As excitement mounts in Coventry about finally reaching the launch date of Coventry’s UK City of Culture year this weekend, from this Monday we’ll be highlighting through the twelve months the linkages that many outside organisations have with the city
The hope of a shared future is something to cling to as we reflect, a year on, on all that has happened since Easter a year ago.
Regular cross-community connection across the CCN has grown in various welcome ways during the enormous challenges of 2020-21; including for Mary’s own weekly Compline:
One of our CCN partners in Germany has received a second Cross of Nails earlier this year to strengthen their reconciliation work in their community. Britta Däumer gives a little background:
Today, 25th February, at 6pm is a time of memorial at the Evangelical Augustinian Monastery in Erfurt. This has long been a date to be remembered for the victims of a bombing attack in Erfurt on 25 February 1945, and
This year’s internship is unlike any we’ve had before – this is Fine’s experience of working for Coventry, but at quite some distance, for much of this intern year.
“The most important lesson the pandemic has given us, is how much we depend on each other: friends, neighbours, countries.” A refection on Covid-19 from the rector of the five churches of Bergen Cathedral Congregation, which joined the CCN one year ago, just before the pandemic arrived.
“As a Christian minister, part of our call is the pastoral task of bringing order into chaos”: a reflection on a chaplaincy visit to the Falkland Islands, but holding much wider resonances too in this current era of so much uncertainty for us all.
A reflection on this hugely symbolic day, 75 years on from the UN’s first general assembly.
The Magi’s journey is a life-changing one, as, necessarily, are all paths that lead to reconciliation. A story of travelling together, from the far west coast of Canada: