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Temple Hill Burial Ground Book Launch

All are welcome to the book launch of Temple Hill Burial Ground on Saturday 15 December at 3.00 pm in Blackrock Public Library. – Temple Hill Burial Ground combines a book and two CDs to explore the unique environment and history of Temple Hill Burial Ground through text, colour photography and sound recording. It features … Continue reading

Quaker Christmas Bazaar

Please support the work of Irish Quaker Faith in Action (IQFA) by dropping into the annual Christmas bazaar this Saturday December 1st. It takes place at Rathfarnham Meeting House, Crannagh Road between 12pm and 3pm. The purpose of IQFA is to give practical and spiritual help and support to the Christian concerns of Irish Friends … Continue reading

Dublin Friends invite you to drop in on Culture Night

Dublin Quakers invite you to join us at our Eustace St meeting house this coming Friday as we take part in Culture Night. The doors will be open from 5pm until 10pm with a series of short talks, displays relating to Quaker beliefs and history, with a special focus on Quakers in the arts this … Continue reading

Visit us this Culture Night!

Dublin Friends will be participating in Dublin’s Culture Night which takes place on Friday, September 21st. Join us for interesting talks, displays and lots more. More details will follow closer to the date. All are welcome!

Ireland Yearly Meeting 2018

Ireland Yearly Meeting will take place at the Limerick Institute of Technology from July 18th-22nd. IYM is the annual gathering of Friends in Ireland and this year’s theme is “Discerning and Living Our Testimonies Together”. In order to attend IYM, registration is required. The full programme is available here.  

Building Security: Trust or Fear – conference at DCU

During the past five years, many assumptions about security have been eroded new security challenges have emerged both inside and outside Europe needing new thinking around how to respond. In a Europe in which increased paranoia is used as a political weapon against the “outsider”, how do we play a role as citizens in defining … Continue reading

Christmas arrangements

Eustace St Friends will hold a special “semi-programmed” Meeting for Worship on Christmas Eve at 11am, with readings, carols and worship. All are welcome! There will be no Meeting for Worship on Christmas Day. Meeting will take place on Thursday, December 28th at 6:15pm and New Years Eve (Sunday) at 11am. You may also join … Continue reading