Coventry Cathedral are looking for graduates for join an International Reconciliation internship.
The new scheme, which starts in August, aims to help believers understand reconciliation and peacebuilding as part of Christian mission.
Participants will take part in a guiding reading programme and be involoved in daily liturgical life of the Cathedral.
The scheme offers succesful applicants the opportunity to explore a range of issues, with an emphasis on exploring the theology, practice and spirituality of reconciliation.
The Cathedral's work for reconciliation has involved it in some of the world's most difficult and longstanding areas of conflict. Succesful applicants will benefit from free on site accomodation, plus a weekly allowance and expenses.
The first intake of students are currently halfway through the programme. Kat Brealey, one of the three particants, said the course is: "Brilliant. Everyone should do it".
"We're focussing on how we can make the message of reconciliation relevent for Coventry and for issues in the UK. The internship is part of the vision to make reconciliation relevent to the church in the 21st century and interns work on projects towards that."
Applications are now open for 2012/13.
January 31st, 2012 - Posted & Written by Sam Hailes