An evening with Rev Colin Chambers, former chaplain to Nelson Mandela at Robben Island
  • Lecture Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

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The University Multi-faith Chaplaincy is delighted to host a talk by the Rev Colin Chambers, the Chaplain to Robben Island when Nelson Mandela was there.

Come and hear Colin talk about his life and experiences. 

Colin is a former Lt Cdr in the South African Navy, a qualified special needs primary teacher and an Ordained Christian Minister. He was a Prison Chaplain for 15 years, including the eight years when Nelson Mandela was on Robben Island and became a personal friend to the future president. Colin has also been a Radio Chaplain, Principal of the Theological College of South Africa and a missionary in the Ukraine with YWAM.

The free talk starts at 7.30pm and everyone is welcome to attend.

For more details, contact Rev David Evans on 01752 587760 or email david.v.evans@plymouth.ac.uk.

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