Blue Plaque At Belfast Cathedral Will Honour First Black Santa - Posted on 28/11/2014
Dean Sammy Crooks, Belfast’s first Black Santa and a man ‘who touched the heart of Belfast,’ is to be honoured by a Blue Plaque at St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast.
Festival Of Music And Flowers – ‘Call His Name Jesus’ - Posted on 28/11/2014
‘Call His name Jesus’ is a weekend long Festival of Music and Flowers in St John’s Church, Fivemiletown from 12 – 14 December 2014.
Church Of Ireland Primary Schools Management Association Holds AGM - Posted on 27/11/2014
The annual general meeting of the Church of Ireland Primary School Management Association (CIPSMA) has taken place in the Church of Ireland College of Education.
Dublin And Glendalough’s Prepare A Place Appeal Will Enable Gaza Hospital Continue Its Mission - Posted on 26/11/2014
Dublin and Glendalough’s ‘Prepare a Place’ Advent Appeal for Gaza has been formally launched. The dioceses will focus on raising €150,000 for the Al Ahli Hospital in Gaza City throughout Advent.
New Publication Asks If Church Has Role In Decade Of Historic Commemorations - Posted on 26/11/2014
Does the Church have any relevant role as we journey through a decade of historic commemorations in Ireland? This is the subject of Moving Beyond The Pale; Church and the Decade of Commemorations, a new publication by Earl Storey.
‘Charting A Future With Confidence’ Up And Running In Cork, Cloyne And Ross - Posted on 25/11/2014
The inaugural conference – a residential meeting in the Charleville Park Hotel, Co Cork, opened on Friday night by the Archbishop of Armagh – came to a close on Saturday afternoon with the election by the four new working groups of their chairpersons.
New Resource Encourages Christians To Take Action On Climate Change - Posted on 24/11/2014
Eco–Congregation Ireland (ECI) hopes that its new resource – Climate Change – Can I Make a Difference? – will encourage Christians throughout Ireland to become more eco–aware and eco–active at church and at home.