The F Word exhibition is a joint venture with the Shire Hall Museum. It has been produced by The Forgiveness Project, which was founded in 2004 by the journalist, Marina Cantacuzino. At its heart is the idea that shared stories of forgiveness and reconciliation can act as a powerful corrective to narratives of hate and dehumanisation and can offer alternatives to cycles of violence, injustice and conflict. The testimonies collected by the Forgiveness Project come from people from a range of faiths and no faith. They bear witness to the resilience of the human spirit and provide a resource to help people examine their own unresolved grievances.
Explore the stories and images in the beautiful setting of St Peter's church.
Schools will be able to book events relating to the exhibition through the Shire Hall Museum.
Multi-faith panel discussion evening 17th September at 7.30pm – contributors include the Bishop of Sherborne and the evening will be chaired by Canon Angela Tilby.