May 2012

Services in May 2012

Sundays at 11am

29th May Community – Rev. Bridget Spain,
6th May Good News, Bad News – Robert Brown,
13th May Forgive a Little, Forgive a Lot – Iseult White,
20th May A Leap Of Faith – Keith Troughton,
27th May Blessed Are The Peacemakers – 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 May 2012

Film Club

This month’s film – Indochine (1992)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0104507/
Convenor – Pat Casey
Wednesday 2nd May at 7.45pm
Lantern Centre, Synge Street,

Walking Club

There is a 3 hour river walk planned on Saturday 5th May around Glencree, County Wicklow. Further details from Marcus McInerney – email hidden; JavaScript is required

Thinking About . . . . . .

This Week: Albert Einstein, his ethics and worldview

An ethics series of meditation, contemplation and discussion led by Tony Brady.

All welcome – admission free – (donation)
Monday 21st May 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 (30th May in this instance). This month they will be discussing The Sense Of An Ending by Julian Barnes.

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 May 2012

Sunday 29th April

Amica Voce – Spring Concert
6pm
€5 at door.

http://www.facebook.com/events/287206988023388/

Friday 11th May
Skinny Wolves present
James Blackshaw & Alexander Tucker
Doors 7.30pm
Tickets €15 from www.tickets.ie/skinnywolves

http://www.skinnywolves.com/wordpress/2012/02/james-blackshaw-alexander-tucker-live-11012/

Sunday 13th May
Illustrated Talk
The History of Glendalough – Frank Tracy
12.30pm
Damer Hall downstairs in the Unitarian Church
Admission Free – Donations taken for the Organ Restoration Fund

A talk given by local historian Frank Tracy about the history of the Celtic Christian settlements at Glendalough, County Wicklow.

http://www.facebook.com/events/288888454530840/

Friday 18th May
Whelanslive & Quarter Inch Collective present
Tim Hecker
Doors 8pm
Tickets €15 (plus booking fee)

http://www.whelanslive.com/index.php/archives/10376

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

The church is currently fundraising to spend €250,000 to restore its beautiful J.W. Walker Pipe Organ (1910) at the back of the church. In March 2012, the campaign celebrated its first anniversary by announcing it had raised €48,000 so we’re well on the way but have plenty more to do yet. If you want to help support the project, you can by attending events at the church, buying the various books the church has published or by donating in the church or via Paypal (all credit cards accepted) through our website. If you’re interested in learning more, you should go to www.dublinunitarianchurch.org/restoration .

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 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 .

For further info, contact
Dublin Unitarian Church
112 St. Stephen’s Green West
Dublin 2
IRELAND

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www.dublinunitarianchurch.org

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