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19 young leaders graduate from Serve course

Nineteen young people have just celebrated their graduation from the Diocese of Down and Dromore’s SERVE Young Leaders’ Training Course.

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St Gall’s look to the future with new church extension

After ten months of building, the congregation of St Gall’s Church, Carnalea, came together on Sunday 19 November to celebrate the dedication of the new extension to the church.

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Window of reconciliation in Tralee

A beautiful stained glass window was fitted in St John’s, Castle Street, Tralee, on Friday, 27th October. The window was built and installed by Tom Denny, the stained glass artist, who lives in Leicester.

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Renewed sense of community among Eglinton’s flood victims

Scores of families affected by August’s flooding in Eglinton gathered in Faughanvale Presbyterian Church Hall on Monday evening for a communal ‘get–together’ organised by the village’s three main Christian churches.

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Dungiven’s history–makers

The parishioners of Dungiven became “history–makers” on Saturday afternoon, as they gathered for the launch of a new history of their parish and to bury a time capsule for future generations to open.

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Mothers’ Union in Cork, Cloyne and Ross plant a tree to celebrate 13 decades of service

On Saturday, 11 November, the Mothers’ Union in Cork, Cloyne and Ross planted a tree in the grounds of St Luke’s Home to commemorate and to celebrate 130 years of Mothers’ Union in Ireland.

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Two Cork parishes in dramatic enterprise

On the 9th, 10th and 11th November Douglas Union of Parishes with Frankfield, together with Carrigaline Union held Theatre Supper Evenings.

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24–mile round trip for St Swithin’s cyclists

It was a lovely November morning that welcomed 16 brave souls (including Archdeacon Terry and Mrs Alison Scott) from St Swithin’s Magherafelt to the Scarva visitor centre, as they prepared for their 24 mile round trip along the Newry Canal towpath from Scarva to Newry and back.

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Mothers’ Union members hear about realities of domestic violence and sexual abuse in Northern Ireland

Domestic violence and sexual abuse were the uncomfortable topics highlighted at a recent Prayer Breakfast organised by Mothers’ Union in Down and Dromore.

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Church Leaders call for end to paramilitary attacks

On the United Nations’ Universal Children’s Day, Church leaders in Ireland have added their voices to those calling for an end to all paramilitary attacks in Northern Ireland.

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