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For Sunday, 6th November 2020

The following list of services may be helpful for those who will be unable to attend worship in person at Church of Ireland services this Sunday.

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Press Releases

Sign up for Inter–Church Updates from the ICC

The Irish Council of Churches is happy to share the news that the first issue of a new quarterly email update will be sent out later this month.

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Central Communications Board

Reminder: Capture ‘Anything but Covid’ in Central Communications Board photography competition

The Church of Ireland’s Central Communications Board (CCB) is inviting members of the Church to enter a photography competition with the theme of ‘Anything but Covid’. The closing date is Monday, 14th December 2020.

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Diocesan News

Belfast’s Black Santa prepares for a Sit–Out unlike any other

With limited edition merchandise, a website (www.belfastblacksanta.org) and a social media campaign across Instagram, Facebook and Twitter – Belfast’s Black Santa is preparing for a Sit–Out unlike any other.

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Diocesan News

A Great Big Gospel Giveaway!

Almost 60,000 copies of John’s Gospel will be given out in the Diocese of Down and Dromore between now and early New Year.

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Synod News

Historic Online General Synod Draws to a Close

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Synod News

Bills Pass Final Stages at General Synod

Two Bills passed their final stages and were enacted at General Synod meeting online this afternoon (Wednesday December 2).

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Synod News

Work of Standing Committee Highlighted at General Synod

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Synod News

Second Day of General Synod Opens

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Diocesan News

Bishop Andrew Forster offers General Synod grounds for hope during the pandemic

The Bishop of Derry and Raphoe has told the General Synod of the Church of Ireland that those seeking grounds for hope during the Coronavirus pandemic should look at the response of the Representative Body, clergy and parishioners to the challenges of Covid–19.

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