We are Church Ireland – upcoming events; Two Lectures and AGM

We are Church Ireland have two very interesting lectures lined up for June.

Tina Beattie speaks on  Women in the Catholic Church: Hopeful but not Optimistic
at 2.00pm on Saturday 08 June  at the Mercy International Centre.

Please book tickets for Tina Beattie on Eventbrite (Click on this link)

Tina Beattie is Professor of Catholic Studies at the University of Roehampton.
She is an internationally known speaker and is a regular contributor to BBC 4 and The Tablet.


Brandon Robertson addresses the topic A Christian Case for LGBT+ Inclusion
at 7.30pm on Thursday 13 June at the Mercy International Centre.

Please book tickets for Brandan Robertson on Eventbrite (Click on this link)

Brandon Robertson has Richard Rohr as his mentor and is based in San Diego.  He has worked with political and social leaders to promote LGBT rights.


The We Are Church Ireland AGM will follow after Tina Beattie’s talk.




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