Coleraine parish hikers support for Alzheimer’s Society
A group of hikers from St Patrick’s Parish, Coleraine, have presented a cheque for £3,686.92 to The Alzheimer’s Society. The group successfully finished a challenging Seven Sevens trek in the Mourne Mountains in June, walking 18 miles and climbing seven of the highest peaks in 15 and a half hours.
ALL IN ’19
This Methodist Church event is taking place on the 16th of November in Lismore Comprehensive School, Craigavon. “As a response to last years ALL IN Conference and to the overarching commitment to mission we hold as a church family, we’re looking forward to gathering again as a Methodist people to explore what it means to do mission well in varying contexts with keynote speaker Neil Hudson.” Booking will be open very soon, keep and eye out for updates. Follow [buff.ly/2Yq2aiG] for more!
Charles Wood Girls’ Choir- Radio Ulster’s Morning Service
BBC Radio Ulster’s Morning Service on Sunday, 25th August, will be broadcast from St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh, with the Charles Wood Girls’ Choir.
Mission to Seafarers’ Auction
Auction on September 14 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm will feature a great mixture of goods including a new laser printer, pictures, prints, hoover, baby car seat, exercise machine, crockery etc. etc. Feel free to add to these items, provided the item is not too large, even on the day – all proceeds go to support the ministry of the Mission to Seafarers. Viewing will commence at 9.30am.
Phone: 028 9075 1131
Irish Pilgrimage for Cardinal John Newman’s canonisation
Cardinal John Newman will be canonised in a ceremony in St Peter’s Square in Vatican City on 13 October, 2019.
The Irish Catholic, along with Marian Pilgrimages, is organising a Newman Pilgrimage from the 10th-14th October with Fr Bill Dailey from Newman University Church as the Spiritual Director. The pilgrimage group is officially registered to attend the canonization ceremony in St Peter’s Square.
Please visit [https://marian.ie/pilgrimages-from-ireland/canonisation-of-blessed-john-henry-newman.]asp for more information.
Food for thought
“It is far more useful to be aware of a single shortcoming in ourselves than it is to be aware of a thousand in somebody else. For when the fault is our own, we are in a position to correct it.”
— The Dalai Lama
Heritage Week Talks on Disestablishment 150
The C of I RCB Library has released the line–up of Heritage Week Talks at the Irish Architectural Archive (IAA) in Merrion Square, Dublin. These begin next Tuesday, 20th August, at 1.15pm, with Professor Alan Ford’s ‘What Kind of a Church is the Church of Ireland’.