We, the leaders and representatives of the Faith communities in Sheffield, express our profound horror and shock at the events in Paris over the previous weekend. We stand in solidarity with all those affected by terror attacks on the citizens of Russia, Baghdad, Beirut, Paris and many other places, after weeks of killing meant to instil fear in all.
A French member of the Community of St Anselm – the community of young Christians at Lambeth Palace – found this single, red, perfectly heart-shaped leaf on a winter tree in Lambeth Palace garden this weekend.
What a wonderful symbol of hope and beauty, and an invitation to keep loving even in darkness and brokenness.
We continue to pray for all who suffer violence and fear in our world today.
from the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Facebook page.
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