We are a group of Christian women from various church backgrounds who organise Just for Girls. It is for primary school aged girls to learn about a woman from the bible through crafts, games, stories, music and friendship. All secondary school aged girls help as young leaders through drama, singing and helping with the crafts etc. They also learn more about the woman through a short bible study before the main event.
Bring hope for recovery from eating disorders into your local community. Change the eating disorder story where you live by training with tastelife to run our unique 8-session community course for sufferers, their friends and family. Fight the current eating disorder epidemic by offering tools for recovery, through teaching, discussion, real-life stories and tools for life. The tastelife community course is a welcome, targeted resource, encouraging a self-help approach that really works. Fully accredited training including why eating disorders develop and how recovery is possible. Be inspired and equipped to run the tastelife course.
Find out more: www.tastelifeuk.org
Evangelical Alliance Ireland is sponsoring a multi-church Carol Service. The “Just One” outreach event with dynamic speaker Canon J John is designed to encourage each Christian attending to bring along a friend.
Tickets: €5 each (admits two people). Inquiries regarding church participation and tickets to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more: www.evangelical.ie
Tearfund Ireland will host a high level seminar on Climate, Economics, Innovation and Sustainable Development from the 9am to 1pm (on Tuesday 27 November) at the Chester Beatty Library.
As Tearfund Ireland looks back on ten years of eradicating poverty, inequality and injustice it considers its role and that of the INGO sector in the next ten years in addressing climate change, environmental sustainability and sustainable development.
This seminar draws together various leaders and specialists who are taking different yet complementary approaches to tackling these issues. While significant strides have been made in poverty reduction, health education and inequality, unprecedented challenges still face the world we live in. To book your place, visit the Eventbrite page: Link to Eventbrite is here
The Dutch band Red Suits will stop in Swords on their world tour for an evening of worship and praise. The musicians in the band Red Suits met as members of the Baptist Church in Sneek in the northern Netherlands. They are enthusiastic and gifted musicians whose goal is to celebrate the Lord and to take people on a musical journey that will hopefully bring them closer to God. The band has played extensively both at home and abroad, giving concerts as well as accompanying other artists and worship services. They carry a message of encouragement and inspiration, an uplifting soundtrack to people’s journey with our Saviour.
Find out more: www.swordsbaptistchurch.com
The Methodist Church in Britain has built up a fine collection of Modern Art on Christian themes over the last 60 years. The bulk of the collection will be on display in the RHA Gallery for six weeks.
There are over 50 works, including some by well-known artists such as Graham Sutherland, Elisabeth Frink, William Roberts and Patrick Heron.
Find out more: www.methodistartdublin.ie
An evening of community get together, bringing everyone to the heart of the nation (ATHLONE) for a time of praise. Together lifting our voices in thanksgiving, praise and worship unto God.
Find out more: http://www.facebook.com/gathering.athlone
People across Ireland and Northern Ireland will join tens of thousands of people from around the world to raise awareness of Human Trafficking on Saturday 20 October. Walk for Freedom events will take place in four cities across the island of Ireland. This event is operated by the global anti-human trafficking organisation, A21, to raise awareness about the millions of men, women, and children who are still trapped in slavery today. By fundraising and rallying thousands of people around the cause, Walk for Freedom aims to be a catalyst to see human beings rescued and restored.
Find out more: www.A21.org/Walk
Rubicon is a conversation for those eager to explore how God’s intention is showing up in the lives of their peers and the cultural projects they create. The gathering is intimate and intentional; a small environment designed to draw together innovators and the best ideas through which we can embody the Gospel in public life.
The 2018 event will feature Scot McKnight, Jarrod McKenna, Marie Collins and VOX’s very own Ruth Garvey-Williams.
Find out more: www.wearerubicon.com
This is a series of pre-marital seminars presented by SOH4J bringing practical biblical perspective to living life intentionally. This first addresses the question “Who I am: My Origin and My Family”; Sharing that every individual must embrace his or her uniqueness and understand how this impacts on a lifelong committed healthy future: 'My Home, My Family'.
An engaging 5 hours interactive session bolstered with two sessions of Q & A. Our main facilitators are a couple - both physicians, Drs Ovo and Ireti Oghuvbu who have been married for 26 years with a passion for fulfilling Godly marriage relationships.
Find out more: http://soh4jseminar2018.carrd.co
This is a second event following last year's successful meeting dealing with LOVE -- mostly in marriage. A fun evening at the RDS with a light-hearted but seroius programme about love in marriage. This romantic 3-course dinner evening will feature testimony, video, examples, and teaching on God's love and the human response to that love.
Find out more: www.agape.ie/event
The Church in Chains Annual Conference is an opportunity to hear directly from the persecuted church. Our guest speaker this year is Shibu Thomas from India. Shibu founded Persecution Relief in 2015 aiming “to ensure freedom to worship Jesus Christ in India”. Shibu will speak about the dramatic rise in persecution of Christians in India and what Christians in Ireland can do to help our brothers and sisters in India. This is a free event.
Find out more: www.churchinchains.ie
First begun in 1974 to equip Agapé staff, the week’s training is now available to anyone who would like to develop first-hand skills in how to study the Bible. This year’s speakers include Dr David Shepherd, David Wilson, Natalie Warren and Myles Wilson. Register by 27 July.
Find out more: www.agape.ie/events
New Horizon is a seven day Christian, non-residential festival that takes place every year in August on the Ulster University campus in Coleraine, set on the picturesque north coast of Northern Ireland. It exists to provide a space and time in which thousands of people of all ages can be taught from the bible, be inspired through worship and story, develop a missional heart, and engage with relevant and challenging issues.
Find out more at: www.newhorizon.org.uk
Sligo 18 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
Declare Extra-ordinary Hope is a conference for all Christians in the workplace. With Keith and Kristen Getty providing music for three days, Professor John Lennox, Michael Ramsden and Amy Orr-Ewing will also participate multiple times over the three days. Hosted by CBMC International, delegates from more than 70 countries have registered. With people spending more time in the workplace, it is important to take stock and re-evaluate what really matters. Having the opportunity to hear from internationally renowned speakers, and chat with other delegates, allows us to learn from each other and better equip us to be ambassadors for the Lord in our everyday lives.
For further information: www.belfast2018.co.uk
Fearless is a brand new national event, bringing women together from the four corners of this island, ready to be the difference. In partnership with Compassion Ireland, we’d love for you to join us! This is a chance to hear from the amazing Sophia Barrett of !Audacious Church (Manchester) and hear stories from around Ireland of Extra-ordinary women, being the difference. Enjoy worship led by Brian Houston and his daughter, Stephanie, and be inspired by Damaris, a Compassion Graduate from the Mathare slum in Kenya, who will share her powerful testimony of how being sponsored as a young girl, changed her life.
Find out more: www.fearlesswomen.ie
Join us for a night of prayer and worship for Pentecost. We’d love to gather across the denominations, seeking God together for Dublin and Ireland, for a fresh wave of the Holy Spirit to move in our churches, our cities and our communities. The evening is being hosted by 24/7 Prayer Ireland and Praxis Movement.
Find out more: www.24-7prayerireland.com/events/2018/1/24/kingdom-come-2018
A free interactive afternoon with Church in Chains. FOCUS... on Iraq’s Christians with Malcolm MacLeod (Steadfast Global). A regular visitor to the region, he brings aid to Christian refugees. ASK... all your questions. PRAY... in the Prayer Room or at the Prayer Wall. ENJOY... constant supply of tea, coffee and biscuits. FIND OUT... how you can make a difference.
Find out more: www.churchinchains.ie
Reasons for Hope 2018 is an exciting speaking tour throughout Belfast, Dublin, and Waterford with Dr Os Guinness. Dr Guinness will be in Dublin speaking about ‘Time for Truth: Living Free in a World of Lies, Hype and Spin’. The event is free and all are welcome. (Dr Guinness will be in Dublin from 5th-8th April is available for interviews and media appearances during those dates.)
Reasons for Hope began in 2017 with internationally renowned speakers and authors Dr William Lane Craig and Prof John Lennox. After a successful eight-event tour across the island in 2017, Christian Unions Ireland seeks to build on last year’s exceptionally well received programme with Dr Os Guinness’s lectures.
Event Location: Thomas Davis Theatre, Room 2043, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin
Find out more: www.cui.ie/blog/95/reasons-for-hope-2018
CCI National Conference this Easter is at the Helix and you are invited! Full Day Programme for all the family including:
*Morning and Evening Main Gatherings with Afternoon Breakout Sessions on Influence
*CCI Kids Conference ( 3-12 Yrs)
*Pulse (12- 18 Yrs)
Register today and be part of MVMNT.
Find out more: www.ccireland.ie/mvmnt
REBOOT is coming to Belfast for the first time in 2018! REBOOT meets in major cities across the globe to explore questions such as 'How can we know God exists?', 'Why does God allow suffering?' and 'Hasn't science disproved God?'. REBOOT provides a place for young people, with or without any faith or church background, to raise their objections and investigate different perspectives on life.Through its conferences and online resources REBOOT aims to equip young people to understand and be able to answer some of these big questions for themselves.
Find out more: www.rebootglobal.org/belfast
CHAPEL CONF. 18 IS A GATHERING OF YOUNG ADULTS (16-30s) FROM ALL OVER IRELAND JOINING AS ONE, TO SEE BROKENNESS HEALED, BURDENS LIFTED, HOPE RESTORED AND FUTURES SECURED. TO EXPERIENCE THE RISING TIDE OF GOD'S PRESENCE, INVITING YOU INTO A LIFE OF MIRACLES AND PURPOSE. TO SEE A FAR-REACHING MOVE OF GOD THROUGHOUT THIS INCREDIBLE NATION; IN OUR FAMILIES, OUR COLLEGES, OUR TOWNS AND OUR CITIES.
Find out more: www.chapeldublin.com/conf
New Wine Ireland hosts a special three-day Leaders’ Conference at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Sligo. We want to gather Church Leaders together from across the island of Ireland and from every denomination and background so that we can encourage and strengthen each other, discover how we can better support and be resourced by one another and receive some excellent input and teaching from the key note speakers.
Find out more: www.newwineireland.org/leaders
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