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The Chapel of Unity will offer a 20-minute poem and reflection each Monday evening at 6pm via Zoom beginning on 29th November to 20th December. We will reflect on poems from Haphazard by Starlight ed. Janet Morley. Do join us.
Over seven sessions, Radical Presence stimulates conversations which draw on the Bible, Christian faith, experience, science, and analysis.
Paul Bodenham, who led the development of Radical Presence, said:
“It’s becoming clear that there is no longer a ‘normal’ to go back to. In fact, ‘normal’ was the cause of many of our problems. People are expressing a ‘hunger and thirst for righteousness’ with an intensity I’ve never witnessed before. With Radical Presence they will discover that they are not alone, and that together we can mobilise change. If there is any way to honour those whose lives have been lost, it must surely be in our efforts to build a better society. But we need to be quick – if we leave it until church doors are unlocked, we may miss our chance.”
These meetings will be run online using Zoom, so people will need devices capable of supporting it.
Those wishing to join should contact Mark via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Regular services in German are held at 2pm on the 4th Sunday of each month
In the Chapel of Unity, Coventry Cathedral