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Jubilee Scotland is taking part in the Festival of Spirituality and Peace in Edinburgh this year, with an event discussing the call for a new Jubilee.
A Church in the heart of Edinburgh is the venue for an intriguing conversation about the future of religion beyond its inherited institutional forms.
The Festival of Spirituality and Peace, the largest of Edinburgh’s ‘small festivals’, featuring 400 events, has been launched in an atmosphere of celebration.
Forgiveness is not proprietary to the church, it is ‘open source’ technology belonging to all humans.
We live in an era where people are inquisitive about spirituality, but hugely distrustful or even hostile towards ‘organised religion’, especially in its Christian forms.
Cooperation for change means active collaboration for peace, Dr Stephen Cherry from Durham Cathedral says at the launch of the Festival of Spirituality and Peace.
The St John's murals, now in their thirtieth year, are now a vital and unusual part of the heritage of St John's Episcopal Church in Edinburgh, the Festival of Spirituality and Peace's principal venue and partner.
The 2012 Festival of Spirituality and Peace in Edinburgh celebrates its twelfth year with 400 discussion and cultural events across 21 venues from 3 to 27 August.
A Persian Tent Village based in Edinburgh for Festival season has a message of "solidarity with the 99 per cent" who make up the vast bulk of humanity.
Yesterday I spent time with Yousef, Hamid, Richard and Brenda: the team at the Persian Rug Village in Edinburgh.