18 Sep 2019
Corrymeela Centre, Ballycastle
You are very welcome to an evening together, as Paul Hutchinson showcases his new book, ‘Between the Bells –Stories of Reconciliation from the Corrymeela Community’, which is a collection of short stories moving us away from epic notions of reconciliation to a more empowering, inclusive, everyday model of living and doing and being reconciliation.
The event will combine a lively mix of readings, Q&A and curious exploration.
Paul Hutchinson is the founder/director of Imagined Spaces, (specialising in creative community relations) and the former Centre Director of Corrymeela, where he still regularly leads retreats. He is a mediator and educator (including Visiting Professor at Dalhousie University & the Atlantic School of Theology), and an award–winning documentary filmmaker and writer.
His film Waiting and Silence is available at https://proost.co.uk/downloads/waiting-and-silence-by-paul-hutchinson
This event is being held as part of Good Relations Week 2019
To register your attendance, please click on the link below (page will open in Eventbrite).
Good Relations Week is coordinated by the Community Relations Council in conjunction with The Executive Office and the Department for Communities.