Doves of Peace

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A new article about Peace Mala’s International Interfaith Liturgy for World Peace, to be held at Brecon Cathedral on Monday 16th September, has been published in the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon’s magazine Cymuned. The article in this edition of the magazine focuses on our Symbolic Doves of Peace. In preparation for our big event in…

Read More Building bridges of peace and dissolving barriers as doves begin the journey to Brecon for special interfaith service (Cymuned Summer 2019)

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Some of you may not be aware that our fourteen symbolic doves of peace are all female. This is because the nurturing, caring and creative aspect of life on Earth is often perceived as female or feminine. Interestingly, within many faith traditions, the Holy Spirit of the Divine is perceived as female. In the Hindu tradition,…

Read More Meet Our Doves

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Peace Mala released 14 small symbolic doves made from wood painted in the Peace Mala colours and each carrying a Peace Mala bracelet (along with other items) during a ceremony that took place in our peace garden on 30th April 2015. Since then, the doves have made astonishing journeys across the world with various sponsor/guardians…

Read More Want to Sponsor a Peace Mala Symbolic Dove of Peace?

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Muslim News Report – May 26, 2017 – by Nadine Osman The launch event was attended by a mixture of organisations, including some local mosque and church representatives, as well as Muslim converts, their families and wider Muslim community supporters. Introducing the speakers, WMCF Trustee, Owain Williams, called on members of faith and non-faith based…

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Telegraph & Argus – Thursday, January 28, 2016 – Alistair Shand A Keighley school has staged a superhero day to celebrate the life of a pupil who was murdered. Staff and youngsters at Worth Valley Primary took part in activities in memory of four-year-old Riley Turner who was killed three years ago. “We were proud…

Read More Worth Valley Primary School pupils remember murder victim Riley Turner, four