Past: Shared Future
on Churches addressing the legacy of the Troubles
for Contemporary Christianity in Ireland is committed
to helping you and your church effectively serve
Christ and our changing world.
Ireland has already, and will continue, to demand
much of the church. Centre for Contemporary Christianity
works across the Christian traditions to address
the challenges of a new era for the people of
are committed to:
providing informed, credible and
practical comment and analysis on pertinent issues,
rooted in biblical reflection and theological
creating and facilitating learning opportunities
- through courses, workshops and other events
- and producing relevant, high-quality resources
engaging with wider society, modelling
good practice, building relationships, developing
co-operation, supporting and encouraging others
to join us and working in partnership when appropriate.
developing our national and international
relationships with churches and other Christian
organisations for mutual learning in areas of
can help you to think and act upon the issues
of critical importance for the future by providing
biblical resources and practical support.
we can make a difference - helping the church
to be good news for the people of Ireland. We
want to see the Christian community nurture a
deeply-rooted and radical biblical faith. Faith
in God, who in Jesus Christ reconciles the world,
restores human relationships and is concerned
for all of life and creation.
offer quick fixes or easy answers but we can offer
you biblical resources and practical support as
you seek to address the challenges of your context
- serving your needs and helping to develop your
ministry to the community in which you live and
for your diary..
is faciliatating 8 Lenten reflections during March
4, 11, 18, 25
Times: 8-9am & 1-2pm
not take this opportunity to think about Jesus'
journey to the cross?