25th Anniversary of We Are Church Ireland

25th Anniversary of We Are Church Ireland
Dear WAC Members and Friends,
We are celebrating 25 years of We Are Church Ireland! To mark this occasion we will be presenting to all who attend a TIMELINE Brochure plus FREE POSTER AND 6 FREE CARDS. Please join us at 3pm on Saturday 28 May 2022. After 2 years of ZOOM meetings we are delighted to meet in person again in the International Room in the Mercy International Centre, 64A Baggot Street lower, Dublin 2.

Gina Menzies is our key note speaker to celebrate our 25 years and to ask: Is reform of our church on the way? In 2021 we reached our largest ever number of paid up members of 170.

We are actively involved in the Global and National Synodal Pathway process to continue to promote our 6 Goals.Please book your FREE tickets for this event on Eventbrite by clicking on this link.We look forward to welcoming and thanking some of those who started us off 25 years ago!Colm Holmes
Spokesperson and Joint Convenor    
6 Goals of WAC Ireland    
1. Shared Decision Making 2. Women in all ministries 3. Primacy of Conscience
4. Optional celibacy 5. Welcome for all 6. Justice for the deprived “WE ARE ALL CHURCH”by Nieves FernandezGreeting card now available! The perfect card for the Synod!Send one to your bishop! Please order on our website [Click here]    WAC Ireland is a member of 4 International organisations: Would Jesus have excluded his mother and the women who had supported him
from the Last Supper?Cards and prints of our two “Last Supper” paintings
are available on our website.
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