My Road to Emmaus (Mossley)
To see the (37 minutes) film on Vimeo (higher quality) click here: “My Road to Emmaus Mossley”
or click here to see it on YouTube: “My Road to Emmaus Mossley”.
TO WATCH THE TRAILER:
Susannah Darling Khan (Richard’s daughter) asked film-maker Emilio Mula to film an interview between her and Richard about his life and work with public participation (in housing) and Emmaus UK (a project with formerly homeless people) for the occasion of his 90th birthday.
The picture above is of Richard with Terry Waite (President of Emmaus) at the unveiling of the Richard Darlington plaque to honour him as founder of Emmaus Mossley.
The intention of this film is to:
- Honour Richard’s life, work and celebrate his 90th birthday
- Share a little of the harvest of Richard’s life and understandings which are contemporary and timeless
- Celebrate Emmaus and inform people about its work
- Encourage people to dare to follow their dreams of service
- Be part of an awakening of honouring elders and learning from them and their lives
With thanks to everyone who supported this project: Ya’Acov Darling Khan, Martin and Sharon Darlington and all the crowd funders, Emmaus Mossley, and everyone who is in the film, Emilio Mula the film maker and Richard Darlington himself.
You can find out more about Emmaus Mossley (and Emmaus UK) and if you wish to make a donation please do directly to one or other of them. Thank you!
You can also find out more about Susannah’s Embodied Listening which is part of what she brings to this interview.
Susannah Daring Khan