Visit the Forgiveness Project at the London Inter Faith Centre (8 – 18 Feb)

All people are capable of being perpetrators or victims – and sometimes both”

Father Michael Lapsley, Zimbabwe – injured by a letter bomb

Exploring Forg­­iveness: An Exhibition of Stories and Programme of Events

8 – 18 February 2016

During ten days in February the London Inter Faith Centre will be hosting the acclaimed exhibition of the Forgiveness Project, a thought provoking collection of arresting images and personal narratives exploring forgiveness in the face of atrocity.   Drawing together voices from South Africa, Rwanda, USA, Middle East and UK, the exhibition examines forgiveness as a very human healing process, a path out of victimhood and, ultimately, a journey of hope.  The exhibition and programme of events are open to people of all faiths and none.  Entrance to the exhibition is free.   You can see the type of stories included in the exhibition here:  http://theforgivenessproject.com/stories/

The exhibition is most suitable for young people aged 14yrs and older and groups can book specific, private viewing times where there will also be someone on hand to answer questions.  Group leaders and facilitators are welcome to contact me beforehand to discuss their group’s visit.

The full programme, including an event with Forgiveness Project Founder Marina Cantacuzino, and two speakers who have shared their story with the Project, can be seen here:  http://londoninterfaith.org.uk/study/exploring-forgiveness-an-exhibition-of-stories-and-programme-of-events-8th-18th-february-2016/

London Inter Faith Centre                                                                                                                                                         St Anne’s and St Andrew’s Churches
125 Salusbury Road
London NW6 6RG

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