Archbishop of Canterbury Speaks on Reconciliation at Church of Ireland Theological Lecture - Posted on 09/02/2016
On Monday evening, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby, delivered the annual Church of Ireland Theological Lecture at Queen’s University, Belfast. Speaking to students, university staff, clergy and members of the public, Archbishop Justin encouraged the packed Elmwood Hall audience to focus their hearts on reconciliation. The topic is a high priority for the Archbishop, who has worked and written extensively on reconciliation and mediation projects.
Archbishop of Armagh and Archbishop of Canterbury meet with First Minister - Posted on 09/02/2016
The Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Revd Dr Richard Clarke, joined with the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd Justin Welby, to meet the First Minister of Northern Ireland, Arlene Foster MLA, in Belfast yesterday prior to the annual Church of Ireland Theological Lecture at Queen’s University.
Comedians Help Distribute Black Santa Funds at St Anne’s - Posted on 08/02/2016
More than 220 charities received a share of the money raised during the 2015 Black Santa Sit–out at the annual Good Samaritans Service in St Anne’s Cathedral on February 7.
CCCMSP Group of Parishes Celebrates New–look Parish Centre - Posted on 08/02/2016
A former rector and a veteran civil rights activist were among members of the public who joined clergy and worshippers from the Christ Church, Culmore, Muff and St Peter’s Group of Parishes on Saturday afternoon for the Celebration and Dedication of their recently refurbished parish centre on Londonderry’s Culmore Road.
Organ Recital by Dr Emma Gibbens (21st February) - Posted on 08/02/2016
Dr Emma Gibbins will give the next organ recital on Sunday 21 February 2016 in St Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral, Armagh, at 4.15pm.
Statement by Bishop Paul Colton in response to the closure of the Synagogue in Cork - Posted on 08/02/2016
The Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, Church of Ireland Bishop of Cork, has made the following statement in response to the news of the closure of the Synagogue in Cork.
Church of Ireland Special 1916 Centenary Event: Ordinary People in Extraordinary Circumstances – Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, 17th February 2016 - Posted on 08/02/2016
The Church of Ireland Historical Centenaries Working Group will mark the centenary of the Easter Rising with an evening of engaging presentations by leading Irish historians, with an opportunity for discussion, in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, on Wednesday 17th February 2016.