Wednesday, 29 April 2009

Visiting the past and celebrating Holy Disorder

Dr B is on a tour around the past and the present in central Germany this week. He is in Erfurt today but yesterday visited Greppin where we lived for six months in 1990. He's been posting photos and thoughts to the Holy Disorder blog. It was quite a shock just now to see pictures of where we used to live and to be taken back to thinking about the people I lived and worked alongside in the dying days of the GDR.
Anyway there is a post here about today's launch of the Holy Disorder campaign to remember the 20th anniversary of the peaceful revolution but also to underline the need for Christians to be involved in politics today. You can also read about the "light sculpture" that's been commissioned to represent the texts of the Ecumenical Assembly.