It’s day two of Bishop Ken Good and Bishop Donal McKeown’s three–day joint pilgrimage from Gartan to St Augustine’s Church in Londonderry.
On Thursday, 6th April, 5th Annual St Luke’s Charity Conference was hosted by the Northridge House Education and Research Centre within the charity at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Little island, Co. Cork.
On Wednesday, 26th April, the Ambassador of Israel to Ireland, His Excellency Ze’ev Boker, made a courtesy visit in Cork to the Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton.
The Church of Ireland Priorities Fund is reshaping its focus in 2017–2018 in order to better support projects in the Church which provide training, education, outreach and innovative ministries.
The new ‘Generous Giving’ resources available on the Parish Resources section of the Church of Ireland website provide help and guidance to equip parishes to nurture generosity.
The Bishop of Derry, Dr Donal McKeown, and the Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, Rt Rev Ken Good, have begun a three–day joint walk from St Columba’s birthplace at Gartan, in Donegal, to St Augustine’s Church in Derry–Londonderry (which is believed to be the site of a sixth century monastery founded by Saint Columba).
New chairs and kneelers were dedicated by the Dean of Belfast in the Regimental Chapel in St Anne’s Cathedral on Tuesday April 25.
Bishop Paul Colton began his annual round of visitations to parishes for 2017, during which he also conducts baptisms and confirmations, on the Second Sunday of Easter, 23rd April.
Clergy and parishioners of Christ Church, Culmore, Muff and Saint Peter’s (CCCMSP) have completed a 10–day–long cross–community project to build a fully functioning ancient Irish currach, under the expert guidance of master boat–builder Donal Mac Polin from the Traditional Boats of Ireland Co–operative.