27 Nov - 19 Dec 2022
In Belfast and Online
Corrymeela will be offering four events over the Advent season with the theme of ‘Bearing Hope for the Coming Generation‘.
What experiences of faith do we want our children to inherit?
What world do want them to see come into fullness?
How can we be bearers of hope for those who are entering our world?
We will consider these questions at special Corrymeela in the City and Borderlands gatherings in Belfast and with two online events–– including an evening with public theologian Brian McLaren.
We hope you will be able to join us. All events free and open to the public.
We are Corrymeela and you are always welcome.
Sunday 27 Nov: Corrymeela in the City
We begin Advent with a special Corrymeela in the City hosted by Rev. Cheryl Meban.
Those who wish to gather for a Corrymeela style of worship can join us at Fitzroy Presbyterian on Sunday 27 November at 5.15pm. (University Street, Belfast)
Song, silence, scripture, the sharing of stories and a time of prayer. Then a cuppa.
Monday 5 Dec: Raising a Community of Hope
Monday, 5 December 7.30–9pm on Zoom.
Join Alex Wimberly, the Leader of the Corrymeela Community, and others in a conversation with parents and carers on where we find places/practices of spiritual formation for the children and community we are helping to raise.
Register for this event here.
Tuesday 13 Dec: Borderlands
Borderlands: Brave Space for Sacred Stories meets the 2nd Tuesday night of the month from 7.30pm at the Pavilion Bar on the Ormeau Road. In December our Advent themed Borderlands will be on the 13th December with songs, story and reflection at the intersection of faith, art and activism.
Monday 19 Dec: An evening with Brian McLaren
Author, activist and public theologian Brian McLaren will sit down with Corrymeela’s Jonny Clark for a live online interview on Monday Dec 19 from 7.30pm.
You can register for this event here.