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  • Bishop Trevor Williams' Article on The Hard Gospel Project & Implementation

    The Church of Ireland’s 'Hard Gospel Project' – Dealing with Difference and Challenging SectarianismBy the Rt Revd Trevor Williams This article appeared in The Irish News, under the title, 'Living positively with difference is another global challenge…

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  • Bishops’ Appeal: Project Funding 2012

    Having reached the mid–way mark in 2012 it is a good time to stop, take stock, and evaluate the worldwide work that has been made possible through the generous giving of the Church of Ireland. Since the beginning of 2012 a substantial sum of money has been allocated by Bishops’…

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  • ‘Journey Together’ Project Celebrated at the Guildhall

    Leaders of the four main churches in the North West joined students and teachers from a dozen schools at the Guildhall in Derry–Londonderry on Thursday afternoon to celebrate the success of the ‘Journey Together’ project, which has been marking the centenaries of the Easter Rising and the Battle of the…

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  • Government Ministers Launch Project

    A special series of projects has been launched by Northern Ireland Executive Minister for Social Development Margaret Ritchie and Minister of State John Curran from the Department for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs in the Republic of Ireland. The launch, which took place at the St Patrick’s Visitor Centre in…

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  • Madagascar Run Raises Funds For Counselling Project

    Marathon man Ken Tate, Sexton at St George’s Parish Church, Belfast, Diocese of Connor, has just completed a 140km race in Madagascar to raise funds for the Joseph Project. The race, run in six stages over seven days, was…

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  • Refurbished hall a boost for St Paul and St Barnabas

    The refurbishment of the parish hall of St Paul and St Barnabas in York Street, Belfast, means the church’s extensive range of outreach activities can continue to grow, benefiting the entire community. The Bishop of Connor, the Rt Rev George Davison, rededicated the hall when he preached at the parish Harvest…

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  • Mental health project moves forward

    Prayer and faith help to support good mental health but stigma around the issues involved still remains a major challenge, research carried out by the Church of Ireland has revealed. These are some of the key findings that have emerged from research undertaken by the MindMattersCOI project earlier this year,…

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  • RTE TV Hard Gospel Project Service

    CHURCH OF IRELAND HARD GOSPEL PROJECTSUNDAY WORSHIP - RTE ONE AT 11.15 A.M. ON SUNDAY, 26 AUGUST 2007A service by the Church of Ireland Hard Gospel Project is to be shown on RTE television on the last Sunday of this month, 26 August 2007. It will be the first time…

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  • CMS Ireland Announces 2012 Annual Project Resource for Sunday Schools Across Ireland

    Acts 3 tells the story of Peter and John, who were going to the temple to pray. At the temple gate, the one called The Beautiful Gate, we read that they met a…

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  • New North Dublin Music Project Will Help Reconnect With Humanity, Minister Says

    Dr Desmond Earley, Minister of State Aodhán Ó Ríordá, Anne–Marie O’Farrell and the Revd Norman McCausland. (Photo: Leo George Devitt) A new music project launched by All Saints’ Church, Raheny, aims to contribute to the social and cultural…

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