Services in November 2012

Sundays at 11am

4th November The Prodigal Son Take Three – Rev. Bridget Spain,
11th November Remembrance Sunday – Rev. Bridget Spain,
18th November To What Tribe Do You Belong ? – Paul Murray,
25th November God Of All The Nations – 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 November 2012

Thinking About . . . . . .

This Month: This Amazing World – from he microscopic to the intergalactic
An ethics series of meditation, contemplation and discussion led by Tony Brady.

All welcome – admission free – (donation)
Monday 19th November 2012 at 8pm
Lantern Centre 17 Synge Street, Dublin 8

Film Club

Our film club meets on the first Wednesday of the month (October 3rd in this case) at 8pm at the Lantern Centre on Synge Street.

This month – “UP”, an animated production, uplifting, life affirming, about friendship and living life before one dies. An excellent antidote to last month’s feature and a great film score to boot.
see http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1049413/

Book Club

Our book club meets on the last Wednedsay of the month (November 28th in this case) at 7.30pm in the St. Stephens’ Green Hotel.

This month, they’re looking at Lost In Translation by Eva Hoffnung.

Gentle Dance Class

Beverley Figgis takes a weekly session of “Gentle Movement To Music” every Monday at 11.15am in the Lantern Centre, Synge Street, All welcome.

Events in November 2012

    Friday November 2nd
    The Chapters in concert
    8pm
    Tickets €10 on the door

    Friday November 9th
    Alive Music presents
    Pierre Bensusan in concert
    8pm
    Tickets priced €22.50 in advance from www.tickets.ie

    World renowned DADGAD guitarist, composer and singer Pierre Bensusan will be performing at Dublin Unitarian Church on Friday 9th November. In an era of music which too often praises the superficial, listening to Bensusan’s effortless playing is like a revelation. He captivates his audience and takes them to other worlds, a true musical story teller who’s twists and turns inspire with every note.

    www.pierrebensusan.com

    Tuesday 13th November
    Poetry Ireland presents the launch of
    The Greek Anthology, Book XVII by Greg Delanty
    6.30 p.m.
    Admission free
    www.poetryireland.ie

    Friday November 23rd
    Nils Frahm
    8pm
    Tickets €18.50 from wwww.tickets.ie
    www.nilsfrahm.de

    Tuesday 27th November
    Poetry Ireland presents the launch of
    Snow Falling on Chestnut Hill: New and Selected Poems by John F. Deane
    Launched by Jack Harte
    6.30pm
    Admission Free
    www.poetryireland.ie

    Thursday 29th November
    Poetry Ireland in association with Astrolabe Press
    presents the launch of
    Epigrammata by Peter Denman &
    So Far by Claire O’Connor
    6.30pm
    Admission Free
    www.poetryireland.ie

    Friday November 30th
    Bodytonic Live present
    Gang Colours
    Doors 8pm
    Tickets €15 / €12 from http://www.bodytonicmusic.com/store/

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

    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 .

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    Best wishes,

    Dublin Unitarian Church
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    Dublin 2
    IRELAND

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