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Live Better Together

Come along to events taking place at Chichester Cathedral starting on Friday 21st September, International Day of Peace, to help us think about what peace means in our own lives, local community and the wider world today.

Peace Trail
Peace Trail 2017

Candle Lighting, Prayers and Peace Trail
Visit the Prayer Station for Peace inside the Cathedral with an opportunity to offer your own prayer for peace, light a candle and undertake the Peace and Reconciliation trail. FREE for all ages - no need to book, just drop in.

                


Sarah Hills - Hot Topic
The Reverend Sarah Hills, Coventry Cathedral

Hot Topic Talk: ‘Reconciliation reimagined: is forgiveness enough?’ with Reverend Sarah Hills, Canon for Reconciliation Ministry at Coventry Cathedral. 10.30am-12pm on Friday 21st September 2018

The next in our Hot Topic series, this talk explores the roles of forgiveness and justice in the work of reconciliation, through the lens of the Coventry Community of the Cross of Nails. What do ‘healing the wounds of history; learning to live with difference and celebrate diversity; and building a culture of peace’ mean in practice today?’ The event will be chaired by the Reverend Canon Dr Anthony Cane in the Dresden Room at 4 Canon Lane. Tickets £7.50, refreshments included.  Booking in advance is essential.

Book Hot Topics Tickets Here


               

Peace Prints 1
Print for Peace 2017


Print for Peace Saturday 22 September 10am - 4pm Be part of our printmaking team, who are participating in the Priory Park 100 celebrations. Led by artist Cath Bristow, make beautiful block printed flags that will decorate our Prayer Station for Peace in the Cathedral. Visit priorypark100.com for the programme of events taking place. FREE event for all ages - no need to book, just drop in. Children should be accompanied by an adult. Find us in the Guildhall, Priory Park.

    

 
Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.
 

                    

Action Event - Aldingbourne
The Aldingbourne Trust

Taking Action for a Better World, Wednesday 26th September 4.30pm-6.30pm  Come along and find out about local organisations, including Chichester Cathedral’s charitable partners, that support human rights and social justice around the world and within our communities.  There will be representatives from the Bognor Regis and Chichester groups of Amnesty International, Children on the Edge, Sanctuary in Chichester, Stonepillow, UK Harvest and Voluntary Action Arun and Chichester.  There will be opportunities to chat informally with representatives from these organisations and to find out how you can support them through volunteering.  This event will take place in the Vicars' Hall and entry is free.

Action Event 1 - Logos


Interfaith Panel 2
Live Better Together Interfaith Panellists 2017

Interfaith Panel Discussion, Tuesday 16th October 2018 2.00-3.30pm  Join our interfaith panellists for a discussion of the question ‘What are the root causes of conflict and violence, and how do we overcome them?’  Speakers include Rabbi de Beck Spitzer (Hove Hebrew Congregation), Brahmacharini Shripriya (Chinmaya Mission UK), Imam Uthman (Al-Medinah Mosque, Brighton) and The Reverend Canon Ann Waizeneker (Dean for Women’s Ministry, Diocese of Chichester).  The event will be chaired by the Reverend Canon Dr Anthony Cane in Vicars’ Hall at Chichester Cathedral.  Entrance is free of charge however booking is essential.

Interfaith Panel Book Tickets Here



To find out more contact the Learning and Engagement Department at booklearning@chichestercathedral.org.uk  or call 01243 812997

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