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4 CORNERS FESTIVAL 2015: SHORT PROGRAMME FOR GLANCING!

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Here is a quick glance at the 4 Corners Festival programme... Perfect for those Church bulletins...

4 CORNERS FESTIVAL 2015 - January 29th - February 8th

20 ARTISTS: RELIGION and SPIRITUALITY

January 29th to February 8th, at Duncairn Centre for Culture and Arts (launch evening Thursday January 29th at 7.30pm)

How does the contemporary visual artistic community living or exhibiting in Belfast depict spirituality? Exhibition includes print, painting, sculpture and digital.

Free BUT donations welcome …

4 CORNERS PRAYER BREAKFAST

Friday January 30th at 8am

Our annual prayer breakfast 

This is an invitation only event.

 

A NIGHT WITH MESSY WOMEN

Friday January 30th at 7.30 in Canada Room, Lanyon Building, QUB, 

A Biblical Storytelling Event with Wendy Johnston. 

Event Free BUT donations welcome towards the cost of the event.   

 

CORNERS OF THE CIRCLE: ART EXHIBITION IN 4 CHURCHES IN 4 CORNERS

Saturday 31st January from 1pm – 4pm. There will be an opportunity to visit the art pieces with the artist.   Bus leaving from PS² Gallery, 18 Donegall St, Belfast, BT12 2GP at 1pm. 

Corners of the circle, is the first ART piece to come out of Bronagh Lawson visiting 340 Churches in just a few years. Installed in four different churches around the city, Bronagh invites you to visit each.

Event Free BUT donations welcome towards the cost of the event.  

 

IMAGINATION TOWARDS GENEROSITY: A THEOLOGY

Sunday February 1st at 7.00, in St Malachy’s Church, 24 Alfred Street, Belfast

Michelle Marken and Steve Stockman explore the Biblical mandate and the pragmatic outworking of imagining generosity in Belfast.

Event Free BUT donations welcome towards the cost of the event.

 

IMAGINING A BELFAST WITHOUT WALLS 

Monday February 2nd at 7.30pm in Townsend Street Presbyterian Church

Vicky Cosstick will share about her soon to be published book Belfast:  Towards a City Without Walls 

Event Free BUT donations welcome towards the cost of the event.  

 

BELFAST’S GENEROSITY TO THE 4 CORNERS OF THE WORLD

Tuesday February 3rd at 11am, Belfast City Hall

Belfast based NGOs share their stories of our city’s generosity toward the world. Philip Orr shows how historical this is as he tells us how we wouldn’t let the slave ships dock.

invite only... 

 

3 MAYORS FOR ALL 4 CORNERS

Tuesday February 3rd at 8.00pm, Ulster Museum 

In recent years Belfast city has been blessed with some imaginative and generous Lord Mayors. Gavin Robinson, Mairtin O Mulleior and Nichola Mallon share their stories!Event Free BUT donations welcome

 

IMAGINE A WORLD WITHOUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING 

Wednesday February 4th at 7:30 PM, Fortwilliam & Macrory Presbyterian Church on the Antrim Road (top of Fortwilliam Park)

Come and hear how Tearfund, Trócaire and Stop the Traffik, are involved in different ways, at home and abroad, in the fight against human trafficking.

Free BUT donations welcome 

 

4 CORNERS REFUGEE FEAST (by invitation only)

Thursday February 5th at 6:30 PM, Belfast City Hall

Belfast Lord Mayor, Councillor Nichola Mallon, in partnership with the 4 Corners Festival, will host this year’s meal for refugees recently arrived in Belfast. 

Buy a meal for a refugee for £20

 

“GREATER LOVE” - Stories, Images and Music from World War One with THE NEW IRISH ARTS

Friday 6th February at 8pm, Clonard Monastery 

New Irish Arts is delighted to be this artistic project on WW1 to Clonard. 

TICKETS £10 

 

 

 

FILM: A STEP TOO FAR? A CONTEMPLATION ON FORGIVENESS

Saturday February 7th at 3pm, in Strand Arts Centre

From Northern Ireland to the Amish of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania ’A Step Too Far?’ investigates an alternative to revenge; the idea of forgiveness. 

This event has been sponsored by Irish Churches Peace Project.

To book, please email: info@fourcornersfestival.com .

Event Free BUT donations welcome towards the cost of the event.  

 

‘SLIGHE NA BEATHA - ‘The Path of Life’

‘You make known to me the path of life’. Psalm 16 v11.

A journey through the Psalms – an evening of reflection and music with Scottish Gaelic Psalm singers.

Saturday February 7th at 7pm in Skainos, 239 Newtownards Road.

Event Free BUT donations welcome towards the cost of the event.  

 

A NEW GENERATION OF PEACEMAKERS

Sunday February 8th at 7pm, in Sacred Heart Parish Centre, 1 Glenview Street. 

We close this year’s festival with a worship celebration led by and thinking about the young peacemakers of Belfast. Speaker is Jasper Rutherford!

Event Free BUT donations welcome towards the cost of the event.

more information on the website here...  

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