16 - 17 Mar 2019
Join us for our Corrymeela Weekend at Coventry Cathedral.
SATURDAY 16th March:
12:00 – The Litany of Reconciliation
12:15 – The Poetry Mass with the Revd Dr Paul Edmondson of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
13:00 – Bring and Share Lunch or check out the Rising Café
14:00 – Borders and Belonging in St Michael’s House, a workshop exploring contemporary themes through the Book of Ruth, presented by Pádraig Ó Tuama, Leader of the Corrymeela Community.
16:00 – Cathedral Evensong.
ST PATRICK’S DAY, SUNDAY 17th March:
10:30 – Cathedral Eucharist with guest preacher Pádraig Ó Tuama
Corrymeela Sunday is always the Sunday nearest St Patrick’s day. This year it is actually on the 17th March. For us it is a time to mark the importance of reconciliation, reflect on the texts of the lectionary for that day, offer reflections on those texts for reconciliation and honour those who’ve been supporters of Corrymeela.
We have some reflections on the readings for March 17th in the download link below. There are also prayers, reflections on British–Irish relations and intercessions. If your church wishes to use any of these reflexes we’d be delighted to hear. If you’d like a Corrymeela speaker, just let us know!
Corrymeela has been supported for decades by the generosity of churches across England. As part of a Pilgrimage Of Thanks the leader of Corrymeela travels to England every year to lead a service and give some talks.