March 2012

Services in March 2012

Sundays at 11am

4th March Martin Luther King & Ghandi – Rev. Cynthia Cain,
11th March Lifting Limitations – Rev. Ant Howe (followed by Q&A),
18th March Sunday Faces – Rev. Bridget Spain,
25th March Meditation With The Sufi Poets – Rev. Bridget Spain,

Wednesdays at 1.05pm
Lunchtime Meditation Service – facilitator Pam McCarthy,

All welcome.

Sermons, childrens’ stories and meditation prayers from all Sunday services are recorded and can be accessed from our website – www.dublinunitarianchurch.org/recordings . There are also three podcasts on the I-Tunes Music Store with the three sections updated weekly. Search there for “Dublin Unitarian Church”.

Church Clubs & Groups Meeting in March 2012

    Organ Fund News

    The Organ Restoration Appeal is one year old this month and having raised the guts of €50,000 we can cheerfully say we’re on our way and thank those who have supported the project this far. There’s a way to go but it’s going to be worth it in the end. Please put your mind to people in your network and circle of friends who would be interested in supporting this worthy cause and help us spread the word far and wide. Thanks. Supporters can donate online using the paypal button on the home page or by supporting the many events that are being organised by the church and others – all rental income to the church is going to the organ fund. If friends are looking for more information, they can be guided to www.dublinunitarianchurch.org/restoration.

    Thinking About . . . . . .

    A new ethics series of meditation, contemplation and discussion led by Tony Brady. This month – Thinking About Photojournalism

    We look at images, Images of war and peace, Hope and despair, Love and hate and we think about the impact of images in mass communication and social change

    All welcome – admission free – (donation)
    Monday 26th March 2012 at 8pm,
    Lantern Centre 17 Synge Street, Dublin 8,

    Book Club

    The book club meets on the last Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm in the Stephen’s Green Hotel (28th March in this instance). This month they will be discussing As the Earth Turns Silver  by Alison Wong

    Gentle Dance

    Every Tuesday afternoon at 2pm in the Lantern Centre on Synge Street with Beverley from the congregation

    Tibetan Bowls Meditation

    Every Tuesday evening at 7.30 in the Lanter Centre on Synge Street under the guidance of Lynda Comerford.

      Events in March 2012

    Saturday 17th March 2012
    RTE Performing Groups present

    RTE Cór na nOg
    Mary Amond O’Brien (director)
    Alison Thomas (piano)
    Devon MacGilivray (violin)
    Saturday 17th March 2012 @ 4pm

    Admission free.

    Join with the choir as they sing a selection of traditional Irish favourites as well as music from around the world, to celebrate this special day. It’s a great way to end the day of festivities in town.

    http://www.rte.ie/performinggroups/cornanog

    Saturday 24th March
    Umack & Dolittle present
    Goodtime
    With special guest Si Schroeder
    Tickets €10
    www.goodtime.ie

    Tuesday 27th March
    Skinny Wolves present
    Grouper
    Tickets €12 from www.tickets.ie (limited supply left)

    All events at the Dublin Unitarian Church, 112 St. Stephen’s Green West, Dublin 2.

    Please feel free to spread the word about the Unitarian Church in Dublin by forwarding this e-mail onto others who you think might be interested in it. Also, the church has a presence on Facebook www.facebook.com/dublinunitarian and Twitter @dublinunitarian – please do come and visit us. All details that we have for all these events are up there as well as our newly revamped website at www.dublinunitarianchurch.org .

    Best wishes,

    Dublin Unitarian Church
    112 St. Stephen’s Green West
    Dublin 2
    IRELAND

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