Page 8, 1st July 1988

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Page 8, 1st July 1988 — Wedge tug for Harare
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Wedge tug for Harare

COMMISSIONED by Silveira House, a Jesuit Mission in Zimbabwe, this rug (right) was designed and made in the Wedge Workshop by John Collier, a member of the Lambeth L'Arche community. It will hang in the Mission's Church of the Assumption in Harare, and represents the text for the Assumption (Revelation, 12,v. 1-4).

It hangs six foot by four foot. It was commissioned by Fr David Harold Barry, chaplain of Faith and Light in Zimbabwe and director of Silveira House, a leadership training centre working closely with the government, offering skills in industrial relations, trade union work, agriculture, commerce and crafts. L'Arche is an ecumenical Christian community where people with a mental handicap and assistants live and work together.

Further information on the Wedge Workshop and on the work of L'Arche from Graham Patterson, L'Arche Ltd, "Lambeth". 1 Dunbar Street, West Norwood, London SE27.




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