Eustace Street meeting house will host Meeting for Worship as usual this Easter Sunday at 11am. Friends, attenders and visitors are reminded that due to the 1916 commemorations traffic restrictions will be in effect in the city centre and public transport will also be affected. Comprehensive travel information for Easter Sunday is available here.
Posted in March 2016 …
Quakers in Ireland / IYM Public Lecture, April 1st
Friends in Ireland invite all to our Ireland Yearly Meeting Public Lecture: “Who is my Neighbour? What is our Testimony on Inclusion?” Friday 1st April 2016, 7:30pm, Kings Hospital School, Palmerstown, Dublin 20. Our speaker, Will Haire, is a Member of South Belfast Quaker Meeting. Will is recently retired from leading a number of Northern … Continue reading
Seminar March 30th – Militarisation and International Agreements. The Citizen’s Role in Building Peace
All are welcome to a seminar on how we, as citizens of this country and the European Union, can influence policy makers and governments to promote alternatives to violence in this difficult time. It will also consider how small groups can give their advocacy real impact at UN, EU and local level. Where: Friends Meeting … Continue reading
Exploring the Early Quaker Vision, Cork, 29th April – 1st May 2016
Friends and Attenders are warmly invited to come to a Woodbrooke-in-Ireland Weekend Course on the theme Exploring the Early Quaker Vision Facilitated by Stuart Masters and Mark Russ Location / Dates: Ennismore Retreat Centre, Montenotte, Cork City Friday 29th April 2016 – Sunday 1st May 2016 Course Details: This course will engage with the early Quaker … Continue reading
Meet a Fairtrade Farmer – March 6th, Rathfarnham Meeting House
A Fairtrade banana farmer from the Dominican Republic will speak after Meeting for Worship at Rathfarnham Meeting House on Sunday 6th March. You can read more on our national website here.
Michael Maher Memorial Lecture at DCU – Thursday, March 10th
School of Theology and Philosophy Michael Maher Memorial Lecture The Power of Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Theological Thoughts on the New Testament Professor Beate Kowalski Thursday 10 March, 7.30pm Mater Dei Institute of Education, Clonliffe Road, Dublin 3 Professor Beate Kowalski (S.T.D., Ruhr-University Bochum; Habilitation, University of Innsbruck) is Chair of Exegesis and Theology of the New … Continue reading
CANCELLED – Interfaith Gathering in Clane, Co.Kildare – Tuesday, March 8th
An interfaith gathering will be held on March 8th at 7:30pm, at the Church of St.Patrick and St.Brigid, Clane, Co.Kildare. The theme of the gathering is “Community” in it’s local and global sense, and it is hoped to have representatives from the various Christian churches and from other faiths. All are welcome to attend.
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