Ecumenical Bible Week Sunday 15th to Sunday 22nd May 2016 through Dublin, Wicklow and Kildare area. This Special Week is a great opportunity for collaboration to focus on the Sacred Text, the Bible, that[...]
Ecumenical Bible Week
Sunday 15th to Sunday 22nd May 2016
through Dublin, Wicklow and Kildare area.
This Special Week is a great opportunity for collaboration to focus on the Sacred Text, the Bible, that all Christian churches share in common and its relevance for today’s society.
This Ecumenical Bible Week, is now in its third year and with an even great variety of talks, a theological symposium and Special Launch event for ALL THE FAMILY as well as featuring 45 events, across 13 locations in Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow, with over 40 presenters.
There will be four special events including a Launch Event for All the Family, a Theological Symposium on the Gospel and Caring for the Environment, a Thinking Allowed Forum and a Musical Closing Eve
We have spent hours of time and work over the past three months working on this exciting week involving representatives from the many Christian churches and organisations and I have been part of the small planning team representing SU.
I am particularly keen to promote and encourage attendance at two events: Special Launch event for ALL THE FAMILY on Sunday 15th May afternoon and the three evenings of talks at Dundrum Methodist Church from Monday 16th to Wednesday 18th. I have also been working on the Primary Age Pentecost Project, in three new schools in Ballyfermot and Chapelizod.
Special Launch Event for ALL THE FAMILY – Dundrum Methodist Church Sunday 15th May form 3pm. Please note because numbers are limited and there are workshops for specific age groups REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL on the web site www.bibleweek.ie
Evening Talks at Dundrum Methodist Church – Monday 16th to Wednesday 18th May at 7:30 pm – ALL WELCO
FULL BIBLE WEEK PROGRAMME, EVENTS & SPEAKERS. – Look up the web site www.bibleweek.ie it is packed with information and all the details
Special Family Event on Sunday 15th May 2016 in Dundrum Methodist Church.