The Sozo Basic Training is a two day event run by Helen Locke and Carmel Schulmeistrat at The Well, Bray. The tools taught in the Basic Training are the Father Ladder, the Four Doors, Presenting Jesus and The Wall. Forgiveness teaching and other relevant topics are also included in the training. The tools learnt over these days will help you develop a closer, more intimate relationship with God. This course is the first step towards setting up a Sozo ministry in your own church and are also of value to you if you work in areas of pastoral care, healing rooms, prayer or counselling ministries.
(Friday: 7-10pm and Saturday: 10am-4pm)
Find out more: www.bethelsozo.ie/training
The final destination of this inaugural tour is the picturesque Galway! This is a free event with refreshments to enjoy. This tour gives you the opportunity to see NUA for yourself in a venue close to you. Hear from the creators, meet the host and find out how NUA can be used in your context!
Find out more: www.nuafilmseries.org/nua-tour-17
This is a mission conference to bring vision and equipping to the body of Christ for would-be missionaries. The hosts are a Russian couple who have planted churches in Russia and now minister internationally.
Further details can be found on Twitter. Search Mission Conference Kilkenny.
Meeting at one of Cork's fine hotels, this is a free event with refreshments to enjoy. This tour gives you the opportunity to see NUA for yourself in a venue close to you. Hear from the creators, meet the host and find out how NUA can be used in your context!
Find out more: www.nuafilmseries.org/nua-tour-17
"He will baptise you with the Holy Spirit and fire" Luke 3:16
Have you received the fullness of the Holy Spirit and fire? Is your life on fire for God? Are you seeing fruitfulness in your Christian life? Those interested in finding out more about God and who wish to experience His presence deeply are invited to this free event.
Afternoon Meeting 3.30pm / Evening Meeting 7.30pm
Speaker: Pastor Diana Rutherford / Worship: Owen Martin
Contact: Gavin, Gmcauley.firstname.lastname@example.org, 0861752286
Register for your free tickets on Eventbrite.
Join us on Saturday 9th September when we will have a Day of Prayer bringing together people from throughout this land to seek God for healing, restoration and transformation.
Calling people with a heart to see lasting change from all corners of the island to unite in prayer for our land. A day of prayer based on 2 Chronicles 7:14.
More information from www.healingtheland.co.uk
A week of Bible teaching, worship and fellowship with speakers Heather Morris (Methodist Church in Ireland), Dave Richards from Edinburgh and Jago Wynne from Holy Trinity in Clapham. The event is held in Coleraine, Northern Ireland with programmes for children and youth.
Find out more at: www.newhorizonni.org.uk
WIN Ireland FC17 is a major and bi-annual event for the church in Ireland to join together for a week of worship, teaching and family fun. It’s an opportunity for to explore God’s word and experience His presence together with fellowship with one another and enjoyment of the sites and sounds of Tipperary. Guest speakers from our international church family will be joined by others in Ireland for Bible teaching, seminars, worship, revivals, outdoor activities and more. The family conference includes special programmes for couples, young adults/singles, teenagers and children.
For inquiries, emails us at FCRegistration@wordinternationalireland.com
Sligo 17 is a key event for the church in Ireland to join together for a week of worship, ministry and teaching. It’s an opportunity for to explore God’s word and experience His presence together, catching something fresh of His heart for this island. International speakers will be joined by others from Ireland for Bible teaching, evening celebrations, seminars, worship and more. The family conference includes special programmes for teenagers and children. Find out more here: www.newwineireland.org
Summer Madness is back! The festival, which attracts several thousand teenagers from across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will gather at the beautiful Glenarm Estate for worship, teaching, sports, arts, community and much more! For more info and to register today go to www.summermadness.co.uk/festival
Summer Fire conference is an opportunity for the body of Christ to come together, to hear from the heart of God, enjoy great fellowship and experience a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit. It is hosted in Trabolgan, in beautiful East Cork, a very family friendly destination.
For more info: www.summerfireconference.com
We are absolutely delighted to welcome Professor Ben Witherington of Asbury Theological Seminary in Kentucky as the speaker at our 2017 Summer Institute. Professor Witherington is one of the top New Testament evangelical scholars in the world. He has written over 50 books, including commentaries on every NT book, books on Jesus, Paul, the gospels, the NT world, biblical ethics, Christology, biblical archaeology, baptism, the Lord’s Supper and a series on day to day theology (themes of work, worship, money and rest / study / eating / sex).
Find out more: www.ibi.ie/summer-institute-2017
Ireland4Jesus is a 2-week campaign in Ireland to share the love, power and forgiveness of God with Irish people. Between 500-700 Christians from across the globe will be partnering up with churches in Ireland to host daytime activities and nightly meetings between May 29 & June 11th. If you want to participate or desire more information, please visit the website or ring Dan Tabb on 086 381 4226.
For more information: www.ireland4jesus.com
A one day introduction for Christian leaders on conflict and conciliation. The Leading Through Conflict (LTC) Seminar combines presentation, reflection and situational role play to introduce you to key concepts in understanding and dealing with conflict. In particular it seeks to equip you to understand and lead others through the process of conciliation.
Find out more: www.ibi.ie/leading-through-conflict
Guest Speakers Jean Watson-International Musician, Anne FitzGerald-International Artist, Sian and Patrick Fitzgerald, Pastors-Dublin. Sessions include art workshop, concert and special group sessions for men and women. All welcome.
Find out more: www.limerickchristiancentre.org
One of the most remarkable things about the Bible is that, while it is made up of 66 books written by numerous authors in different language over centuries, it nevertheless takes the form of one great overarching narrative or story. If the main plot-line is the redemptive work of God for all creation, within it are many other sub-plots. The focus of biblical theology is to identify, understand and reflect on the significance of that ‘big story’ and how the sub-plots fit within it.
Monday evenings May 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th. 7.30pm-9.30pm
Find out more: www.ibi.ie/short-course-the-story-of-the-bible
Organised by The Big House from Northern Ireland, this training event will take place to answer key questions that youth leaders have. “What do I do if a young person says they have thoughts about taking their own life? How can I help someone in my youth group who is addicted to pornography? What is anxiety and how can I support someone who struggles with it? How do I respond when a teenager tells me their parents are separating?”
Youth leaders may not have all the answers, but they want to respond caringly, with practical help and with the hope, love and power of Jesus. This training event is an opportunity for youth leaders, volunteers (over 18), parents or church leaders to become better equipped to respond when these issues arise in the lives of their young people.
Contributors for the day combine professional expertise, personal experience and a Biblical perspective to help us understand the issues and respond to them practically and in the way of Jesus. Seminar topics will include Pornography, Suicide, Anxiety and Family Change.
The ticket price is to be confirmed. Find out more: www.thebighouse.org.uk
Join us for an open day. Meet with staff and chat to students. Sit in on a class/es to experience a flavour of IBI.
The Story of the Church, 9.30 – 11.35
Ministry and personal development. 11:50 – 12:45
Introduction to Biblical Theology, 14.55-17.00
New Testament Book of Hebrews: 10.40-12.45
Christian Ethics: 14.55-17.00
Introduction to Pastoral Caring, 19.00-21.45
There is no need to book in for your class, but we would ask you to arrive in plenty of time to talk to Sarah. Questions? email Sarah@ibi.ie
Also Sunday, April 9th @ 11am and 7pm
Tim & Sue Eldridge are the Directors of Presence Ministries UK. They will be ministering in the areas of healing and wholeness, identity in Christ and freedom from shame. They have a prophetic call to revival and come with an endorsement from Pastor Bill Johnson of Bethel Church, California. Extended worship times with the New Hope Worship Team.
Find out more: www.newhope.ie/events
You are warmly invited to join us for the fifth annual Amazing Grace Festival in Buncrana, Co Donegal, Ireland: 6 - 12 April 2017 and to visit the beautiful Amazing Grace Park and Amazing Grace Viewing Point on the shores of Lough Swilly.
This year, the festival will feature a range of uplifting and creative events around our theme of “Hope” including the John Newton Lecture exploring “Newton the Mentor” (with Rev. Steve Donald from Carlisle), Stories of Hope (modern-day faith stories) and the spectacular Féile Dóchas (or Hope Fest) marking the anniversary of John Newton’s arrival on the shores of Lough Swilly on 8 April 1748.
"He will baptise you with the Holy Spirit and Fire" Luke 3:16. Have you received the fullness of the Holy Spirit and fire?... Is your life on fire for God?... Are you seeing fruitfulness in your life? ... If these questions speak to you, join us for 'An Evening Encounter with Christ's Holy Fire' Those interested in salvation, baptism in the Holy Spirit and other related themes, whether a beginner or experienced, all are welcome to this FREE event.
Speaker: Pastor Diana Rutherford / Worship: Mark Rodgers
Contact: Gavin, 0861752286 / email@example.com
Reasons for Hope 2017 is an exciting speaking and debating tour of the island of Ireland with distinguished philosophers and theologians Dr William Lane Craig, and Professor John Lennox. In a series of 8 nationwide public events, they will present the case for an intellectually coherent Christianity, exploring philosophical, scientific and ethical challenges to the Christian Faith. At every event there will be a public Q&A session, to provide a space for Craig & Lennox to address critiques and answer questions from the audience directly. All events are free of charge, but some are ticketed.
Chapel is hosting a National Young Adult Conference for young people from the four corners of Ireland. You and your church are INVITED! The conference will feature local and international guest speakers including Chris Durso from MISFIT NYC, Chapel Band, incredible workshops and testimonies and so much more. We are dreaming again. Dreaming that God would do incredible, impossible, extraordinary things, awakening a generation to impact a nation for his glory. Two days of incredible life-changing sessions. No matter your background, beliefs, nationality or wonderings - this is for you.
Find out more: www.chapeldublin.com
The Lucan Centre is hosting another very successful Writers Course. This is an opportunity to learn from professionals, who have both honed their skills and enjoy encouraging potential authors.
This course will aim to help those who want to be published, whether you are writing for children or adults, and whether you are a beginner or have been writing for some time.
• What are publishers looking for and how do you approach them?
• How can you improve your writing, and what are the most common mistakes you need to avoid?
• How do you break into writing for children?
• What do you do with that half-written novel at the back of the drawer?
• What about that fascinating pile of diaries your grandmother left you?
Cost... €175 Including all food and accommodation at The Lucan Centre.
Tutors... Bob Hartman and Ali Hull
Women’s World Day of Prayer is a worldwide ecumenical organisation whose purpose is to promote prayer and understanding amongst women. Its motto is ‘’Informed Prayer and Prayerful Action’’ Filipino Christian women of all denominations have come together to compile the 2017 service which reflects the many problems which have plagued this nation through time. Yet the people’s trust and faith in God and His justice has not faltered.
On Friday 3rd March, women in over 180 countries will take part. To find out more about how to get involved contact Linda Smithers on 018131380 or
Find out more: www.worlddayofprayerireland.com