Guided tours of Coopershill House 18th March

Coopershill House is a fabulous privately-owned Georgian mansion near the village of Riverstown, Co. Sligo. It was built in 1774 and this year it is marking its 250th anniversary.

On 18th March (Bank Holiday Monday) tours will run on the hour from 10:00 am with the last tour starting at 3:00 pm.

Price:
€14 over 18 yrs
€8 under 18yrs

The price includes:
A guided tour of the house
Tea/coffee & biscuits
Self-guided walk through the woods to see the fallow deer

All money raised will go towards a new play area at Taunagh National School in Riverstown.

Limited spaces. Reservation required by email: ohara@coopershill.com

Cavan Christian Women’s Conference – 23rd March

This year’s Cavan Christian Women’s Conference:
Saturday 23 March
9:30-1:30 (optional hotel lunch afterwards)
€10
ALL women warmly welcome (including girls from secondary age onwards)

As women, we receive many conflicting messages from the world about how we should view our bodies. And we all experience, in different ways, the effects of illness, aging and the prospect of death. But what does the Bible have to say? Join us as we hear from God’s word – a message of hope that will help us to think differently about our bodies.

As well as our main speaker we will also hear from a panel of four women discussing how they have been impacted by the real-life issues of body image, infertility, disability and menopause.

Could there be a more relevant subject for us to consider together? We trust this will be a really significant day for all of us personally, and also as we think about how we care for each other – not least in nurturing the next generation. I would love to see you there! Book your place HERE.

SAMS ‘Friday Night Live’ Evening Conference on 2nd February 2024

Theme: Rooted: Standing Firm, Spreading Hope

SAMS Ireland is delighted to extend a warm invitation to the wider church community for its annual evening conference, ‘Friday Night Live.’ This year’s conference, themed ‘Rooted: Standing Firm, Spreading Hope,’ promises an enriching and spiritually uplifting experience for all attendees.

Event Details:
– Date: 2nd February 2024
– Time: 7:30 pm
– Venue: Annaghmore Parish Church (Armagh Diocese)

Rooted in the inspiring verses of Colossians 2:6-7, our theme explores the essence of grounding ourselves in faith while actively spreading Gospel hope to those around us.

Key Highlights:
– Fellowship: Connect with like-minded individuals and foster a sense of community.
– Bible Teaching: Immerse yourself in enlightening teachings based on Colossians 2:6-7.
– Interviews: Gain insights from real stories from the church in South America that exemplify the theme ‘Rooted.’

This year we want to encouraging the local church in areas such as mission, discipleship, and prayerfulness. We believe that a rooted foundation in these aspects will not only strengthen individuals but also contribute to the collective growth of our faith community.

Mark your diaries for this special evening on 2nd February 2024, at 7:30 pm, at Annaghmore Parish Church. Bring your friends, family, and neighbors to join us in this memorable evening.

For further information or inquiries, please contact: office@samsireland.com, Tel:028 38310144

About SAMS Ireland
SAMS Ireland is a mission agency based in Ireland working primarily through the Anglican Church. SAMS is committed to working in partnership with the Anglican church in Latin America and the local church in Ireland. With a missional focus on partnership, discipleship, and prayerfulness, SAMS Ireland aims to make a positive impact on church communities, both locally and globally.