This weekend, I had the honour of preaching at Coventry Cathedral. The text for the sermon is available by clicking this link.
There is a wonderful short film about Coventry Cathedral embedded below. The work and the buildings are testament to the human arts of survival and how theology, imagination and love can be embedded both in architecture and shared faith. Corrymeela Community and Coventry Cathedral are old friends - with support, sharing and solidarity going back decades. Corrymeela is part of the Community of the Cross of Nails and we are honoured that our house that homes our volunteers is called 'Coventry' due to the significant funding we received from our friends at Coventry for the volunteer houses.
We are honoured to be part of a yearly celebration of our centres' shared commitment to peace and reconciliation and look forward to ways in which our friendships and shared projects can flourish. Coventry Cathedral's Ministry of Reconciliation is under the leadership of Canon Pastor Kathryn Fleming (@coventrycanon) and we are also honoured to have a long standing friend in David Porter (@baldynotion), the director for Reconciliation in the Archbishop of Canterbury's staff who also works from the Cathedral at Coventry.