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New in the Centre in September

Two new Course among many others in September – In the Footsteps of Luther and Moments of Mystery

In the Footsteps of Luther

This month the Margaret Aylward Centre for Faith and Dialogue takes up the dialogue aspect of its mission and presents a one-evening course on Martin Luther. We are in the middle of the ‘Luther-decade’ the ten year commemoration of Martin Luther the Reformer.  In this short course we follow Luther through the towns and cities of Germany and focus on the people, places, influences, networks and ideas of Luther and his circle.  We meet the young Luther, the clerical student, university reformer, author, translator, family man and leader of the Reformation.  This is not a study of the theology of Luther but could serve as an introduction to Luther and his thought. Course runs 18 September, 7.30 to 9.00pm

Moments of Mystery (offered by Partners in Faith)

Two sessions giving ourselves an opportunity to discover moments in our lives when we have become aware of God’s break through.  These ‘moments of mystery’ happen at any time, in different ways , through the birth of a baby to a flower opening in Spring to time of grief or joy or celebration, in very ordinary everyday experiences.

Course runs 16 and 23 September from 10.30 – 12.30

Partners in Faith is an agency for the personal and social development of adults from a faith perspective. They provide opportunities and resources for people in areas where economic resources are low, to deepen and develop their understanding of God, God’s dream for people and articulate the values they live out in the cultural, economic and spiritual climate of their milieu. They work organically, with people where they live and continually adapt sessions to whatever is emerging in conversation with the participants.


Full Programme

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