Children in Tamlaght O’Crilly, near Kilrea, and Castlederg have been having fun and making colourful crafts at light parties recently organised in the parishes.
This year the focus for Harvest in the Glen switched from traditional fruit, vegetables and flowers to cardboard boxes, newspapers and sleeping bags as they had their first ‘Homeless Harvest’.
Agherton Parish, Portstewart, Diocese of Connor, has become the first Church of Ireland parish in Northern Ireland to employ professional parish nurses.
The Season of Advent begins on Sunday, 1st December, and so starts a new liturgical year and a fresh cycle of daily Scripture readings. Church of Ireland Publishing has announced that ‘Sunday and Weekday Readings 2020’ is now available.
There was an air of celebration in St Stephen’s Parish Church, Millfield, Diocese of Connor, last weekend (October 25–27) as the parish marked 150 years of worship.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland is asking members of the public to be wary following the reports of two scams in recent weeks in Counties Antrim and Armagh.
A comprehensive new book, ‘St Macartin’s Cathedral – At the Heart of the Community’, will be launched by the Bishop of Clogher, the Right Revd John McDowell, in the Cathedral Hall, Enniskillen, on Wednesday, 13th November at 7.30pm.