COI Gazette – 21st November 2014

Willowfield parish, Belfast, among first-ever Christian Social Action Award winners   The winners of the first-ever Christian Funders’ Forum Christian social action awards, which included Willowfield parish in East Belfast, were announced at a special ceremony on Wednesday 12th November … Continue reading

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COI Gazette – 14th November 2014

Prince Charles speaks on religious persecution, calls for tolerance, encourages hope   In a message supporting those persecuted for their faith, the Prince of Wales has spoken of “mounting despair”, of the need for interfaith respect and tolerance and of … Continue reading

November 14, 2014 0
The filming of The Boys from East Belfast at the RCB Library, Dublin. East Belfast historians,
Seaneen Bell and Jason Burke (extreme left and 2nd left respectively) see the soldiers’ letters for
the first time. They are pictured with the RCB Library’s Dr Susan Hood and film maker Tim Hood.
(Photo: Paul Harron/CoI Press Office)

COI Gazette – 7th November 2014

C. of I. collaborates with East Belfast local historians in World War I film “A POSITIVE, collective contribution at this poignant time of remembrance and a successful collaboration between various parts of the Church of Ireland and with the wider … Continue reading

November 7, 2014 0

31st October 2014 – COI Gazette

Christian Aid report challenges multinationals over tax issues Multinational companies may have a moral duty to pay more tax than the letter of the law strictly requires of them, according to a new Christian Aid report on tax and theology. … Continue reading

November 2, 2014 0
Protesters occupying Hong Kong’s Harcourt Road and flyovers on 29th September. (Photo: Citobun)

24th October 2014 – COI Gazette

Archbishop Kwong comments on Hong Kong protests The Anglican Archbishop of Hong Kong, the Most Revd Paul Kwong, last week issued a statement on the current situation in Hong Kong, as he said he had received many inquiries. He described … Continue reading

October 24, 2014 0
The speakers and contributors at the Protestant second level schools’ ‘Faith and Partnership’ conference (from left) Dr Ken Fennelly, the Revd Brian O’Rourke, Dr Anne Lodge, Dr Sarah Bragg, Archbishop Michael Jackson, Prof. Emer Smyth, Dr Gerhard Pfeiffer and Margaret Gorman. (Photo: Lynn Glanville)

COI Gazette – 17th October 2014

Conference and service bring together Republic of Ireland second level schools Representatives of 23 Protestant second level schools in the Republic of Ireland recently came together for the first time for a ‘Faith and Partnership in Second Level Schools’ conference … Continue reading

October 16, 2014 0
Pictured last week at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh, are (from left) Dean Gregory Dunstan, Caroline Welby, Archbishop Justin Welby and Archbishop Richard Clarke. (Photo: Paul Harron)

COI Gazette – 10th October 2014

Archbishop Welby visits the Church of Ireland During his visit to the Church of Ireland last week and in the course of a wide-ranging interview with the Gazette editor, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd Justin Welby, affirmed the … Continue reading

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COI Gazette – 3rd October 2014

United Society celebrates 300 years in Ireland with Dublin and Enniskillen services of thanksgiving The Anglican mission agency, the United Society (Us.), has been continuing to celebrate its 300th anniversary in Ireland with recent services of thanksgiving in St Patrick’s … Continue reading

October 3, 2014 0

COI Gazette – 26th September

Scottish Primus pledges Scottish Episcopal Church to post-referendum reconciliation ministry Following last week’s Scottish independence referendum, the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, the Most Revd David Chillingworth, speaking on behalf of the Church’s College of Bishops, said: “The people … Continue reading

September 26, 2014 0
Members of seven Dublin Churches are pictured taking part in the praying in the sea act of worship 
on Killiney beach, Co. Dublin, in support of climate change justice

COI Gazette – 19th September 2014

Praying in the sea for climate change justice Members of seven Dublin Churches, including the Church of Ireland parishes of Whitechurch and Rathfarnham, recently held an act of worship on Killiney beach, Co. Dublin, to express solidarity with people throughout the … Continue reading

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