The Irish College of Preachers exists to promote good preaching in the Church of Ireland, What is good preaching? According to Timothy Keller, New York pastor and compelling preacher: ‘It is preaching biblically; it is preaching attractively; It is preaching powerfully’. Each year the Irish College of Preachers organizes a residential conference in September. This […]
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The Mulligan Sisters, accompanied by Dr Padhraic Ó Cuinneagáin (Lecturer: DIT Conservatory of Music) will be performing in concert at the Church of Ireland, Boyle, Co. Roscommon, on Saturday, 23 March 2019 at 8:00pm. Doors open from 7:15, seated by 7:45 Tickets €20, €15 (seniors/students), €5 (under-18s): The Úna Bhán Centre (071- 966 3033), Boyle […]
To mark the 5th annual Day of Prayer for Young People and Youth Ministry, instigated by the Church of Ireland Youth Department, and set for the Sunday before Lent by the House of Bishops, a gathering for prayer was held on Sunday 3rd March in St. John’s Church, Longford. Attended by people of all ages […]
World renowned youth minister and professor Ken Moser speaking to a gathering of volunteer youth and children’s leaders in the Bush Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon.
Irish Youth Ministry Gathering This event is happening between 16th and 18th May 2019, at Assembly Buildings, Belfast, organised by John Kee and Summer Madness and partnering with 25 plus agencies, including Exodus, Boys’ Brigade, Girls’ Brigade, Crown Jesus, Care for the Family, Scripture Union, Tearfund, International Justice Mission and Youth for Christ. Each day […]
Looking ahead to St Patrick’s Day, the Church of Ireland Council for Mission has produced an all-age family service resource – Celebrating St Patrick’s Radiant Faith – for use across the island of Ireland. This resource includes prayers and actions that focus on how St Patrick’s ministry reflected the themes of the Anglican Communion’s Five Marks of […]
The Church of Ireland Bishops’ Appeal, in conjunction with the Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough, is hosting a seminar on the Anglican Communion’s 4th Mark of Mission – Transforming Unjust Structures – focusing on gender equality and gender justice issues, on Tuesday, 19th March, from 10am to 1pm, in the Chester Beatty Library, at Dublin Castle. Come and hear the stories of […]
Plough Sunday Service of Thanksgiving Plough Sunday Tractor Run Children’s tractor Run Fr Gerard Brady, Bishop Ferran Glenfield and REvd. Simon Scott Bishop Ferran with members of Dublin Civil Defence
The Children’s Ministry Newsletter for Lent and Easter is now out, including craft ideas for knitting, ‘Lent in a Bag’, ‘Holy Week in a Box’ and a Lego challenge for Holy Week and Easter. Tom Tate, a part–time children’s and youth worker from Co. Dublin, also writes on the Church, children and mental health. » […]
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