Our German/English Advent Service will be at 2pm on Sunday 22nd December, everyone is welcome.
The exhibition ‘Faith and Peace’ will be in the Chapel of Unity, Coventry Cathedral from the 28th October – until early afternoon on the 17th November.
This exhibition looks at how the three Abrahamic faiths promote peace – in their teaching, and in the lives of their people. It tells stories of their peace-makers. It shows how each stresses hospitality and welcome for the stranger, including the stranger of other faiths. It glimpses the textual and practical search for peace in each of these “Religions of the Book”.
The exhibition is part of a three year project by the Bradford Peace Museum, sponsored by the Anglican Pacifist Fellowship. The project has worked with women from across the faith communities and produced artwork that is part of the exhibition. Their art reflects many aspects, including a ‘Tree of life for the healing of the nations’, depicting the experiences of a group of Syrian refugees.
The exhibition will be open daily during usual Cathedral hours.
Sunday 10th November, 1-2.45pm
The launch of Antony Owen’s book, ‘The Unknown Civilian’.
Open to all, free entry and books on sale.
2pm, Sunday 23rd December
in the Chapel of Unity, Coventry Cathedral
The service will be bi-lingual
and will be followed by light refreshments
Palestinian Goods will be on sale before and after the service
Regular services in German are held at 2pm on the 4th Sunday of each month
In the Chapel of Unity, Coventry Cathedral
Everyone is welcome
16-30th September 2018
The Chapel of Unity is participating in the World Council of Churches’ Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel. We are asked to Pray, Study and Act on the theme: ‘Investing in Young People’. Come along and spend some time in the Chapel to pray for peace.
‘Hands of Hope’ display kindly lent by Working with Villages in Palestine. ‘Voices of the Young-Visions for the Future’ from Pax Christi UK
Here are some photos taken at the service
Saturday 8th September 2018 at 1pm
The Joint Council of the Chapel of Unity is pleased to invite you to share in a Service of Thanksgiving for the refurbishment of the Chapel of Unity on Saturday 8th September at 1pm.
We plan to gather together on Unity Lawn outside the Chapel at 1pm to begin our service, weather permitting, and otherwise in the nave of the Cathedral outside the Chapel.
After the service all are invited to share over refreshments, memories of the past, and your hopes for the future life of the Chapel of Unity in working towards unity and reconciliation.
In addition you are also invited, if you are able, to arrive at 12pmto join the daily Litany of Reconciliation in the Cathedral ruins.
What is it?
To be a pilgrim is to undertake a journey with a spiritual purpose. We invite you to walk some or all of the Coventry Pilgrimage route in 2018.
We will walk the almost 50 mile route, circling Coventry from church to church around the Coventry Way footpath and reaching the Cathedral down the Sherbourne Valley Way. We will walk a section of about 4 to 6 miles on the last Saturday morning of each month for 9 months from Easter Eve, March 31st, to the Eve of Christ the King, November 24th.
Why are we doing it?
To wait for and welcome Christ the King in Coventry.
To spend time with friends and make new friends – building a reconciling community.
To celebrate the Centenary of Coventry Diocese.
To explore and enjoy our environment. Because walking is good for us!
When is it?
We will meet outside a church at 10 am on the last Saturday morning of each month and set off by 10.15 am.
March 31st St Laurence Meriden via St John the Baptist Berkswell to Burton Green Village Hall (congregation of Westwood Church Coventry) 5.4 miles
April 28th Burton Green Village Hall (congregation of Westwood Church Coventry) to St Mary Stoneleigh 5.6 miles
May 26th St Mary Stoneleigh via St Giles Bubbenhall to St Leonard Ryton on Dunsmore 5.8 miles
June 30th St Leonard Ryton on Dunsmore via St Margaret Wolston to St John the Baptist Brinklow 5.9 miles
July 28th St John the Baptist Brinklow to St James Ansty 4.3 miles
August 25th St James Ansty to All Saints Bedworth 4.6 miles
September 29th All Saints Bedworth via St Andrew Bedworth to St Mary & All Saints Fillongley 6.2 miles
October 27th St Mary & All Saints Fillongley to All Saints Allesley 5.9 miles
November 24th All Saints Allesley via St John the Baptist Coventry and Holy Trinity Coventry to Coventry Cathedral 3.1 miles
Details of the walk for each month, guidance about where to park and suggestions for convenient places for lunch at the end of each walk will appear on the Diocesan Centenary website www.cov100.org month by month. (The churches on the route may or may not be open for pilgrims so please check month by month.)
Who is it for?
Anyone, church-goer or not, who wants to pray Christ’s peace and blessing where we walk and on Coventry. Particularly welcome are all who work, volunteer or worship on Hill Top or around the route.
Pilgrims walk at their own risk. Under 16s welcome but must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Well-behaved dogs welcome.
How do I get involved?
Just turn up. No need to register.
Because the walks are linear not circular, if possible arrange transport in a group, sharing cars and leaving a car at your destination, before driving to the starting point. There will be a few lifts back to the starting point for stranded drivers if needed.
Wear trainers, walking boots or sturdy shoes and bring a waterproof and some water. Bring a flask and a snack if you like.
Coventry Pilgrimage 2018 Planning Group (Paul & Pam Cavendish, John & Margaret Lloyd)
c/o John Lloyd, Cathedral Reader [email protected] Cathedral & Diocesan Offices,1 Hill Top, Coventry CV1 5AB
The annual procession will begin by Central Hall Methodist Church at 11 am and will pass through the precinct shopping area and end at Holy Trinity Church.