Buiding Community Together – Open Day Saturday 7th April

Buiding Community Together – Open Day Saturday 7th April

For the first time the Focolare Movement, which began in the midst of the conflict of World War II will be hosting its all–Ireland annual gathering in Belfast to explore local projects and hear from some expert speakers how to build community together. A few days before the 20th Anniversary of the Belfast Peace Agreement more than 100 people from the Republic of Ireland are arriving in Belfast to join Building Community Together.

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Repair Cafe Belfast

Repair Cafe Belfast

Repair cafes are pop up community events where people can get help to fix broken things. Next Belfast event Sat. 24th February – South Belfast Quaker Meeting House 10:30 – 14:00

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Now. Here. This. – 4 Corners Festival Belfast

Now. Here. This. – 4 Corners Festival Belfast

Now in its sixth year the 4 Corners Festival kicks off here in Belfast (1-18 Feb). This has become an annual fixture in the Belfast calendar of events and contributes to its goal of bringing together people of different backgrounds, tastes, interests from the 4 corners of Belfast to get to know the different parts of this vibrant city.  

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Irish team build dairy in Burkino Faso

Irish team build dairy in Burkino Faso

The Christmas holidays weren’t just a time for family, friends and recreation for one group of Irish people who spent the week after St Stephen’s day 7,000 kilometres from home, building a dairy in Burkino Faso.

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Catholic priest explains Luther in Presbyterian church

Catholic priest explains Luther in Presbyterian church

Up to 200 people attended the talk Light from the Life and Work of Martin Luther at Fitzroy Presbyterian Church by Fr Hubertus Blaumeiser, a German theologian last week. The congregation which listened in rapt silence, included Christians from many congregational backgrounds – Baptist, Pentecostal, Presbyterians, Church of Ireland, Methodist and Catholic.

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