Previous Events

  • Session 2 - What will happen to Faith in Ireland? Exploring some scenarios
    05 Oct, 19:30 – 21:15
    Zoom meeting
    A follow up to session on Jun 29th. A 2-hour facilitated group conversation - to further develop some scenarios regarding the future of faith in Ireland.
  • What will happen to Faith in Ireland?... Exploring some scenarios
    29 Jun, 19:00 – 21:00
    Zoom meeting
    A 2-hour facilitated group conversation - to consider, explore and develop some initial scenarios regarding the future of faith in Ireland.
  • Still Point Summer Gathering
    29 May, 12:00 – 14:30
    Dublin, Bull Island, Co. Dublin, Ireland
    A chance to meet, chat, walk and wonder about life and faith together. Meeting at the roundabout on North Bulll Island: at end of causeway, at entrance to St Anne's Golf Club. All Welcome, and please bring a packed lunch for a picnic at the end.
  • Still Points at this Time of War - Walk Humbly
    Fri, 15 Apr
    Online Reflective Gathering
    15 Apr, 20:00 – 20:30
    Online Reflective Gathering
    Gather with others online on Good Friday for space to pray, reflect and share in light of all that is going on in our world today.
  • Still Points at this Time of War - Love Tenderly
    Sun, 03 Apr
    Online Reflective Gathering
    03 Apr, 20:00 – 20:30
    Online Reflective Gathering
    Gather with others online for space to pray, reflect and share in light of all that is going on in our world today.
  • Still Points for this Extraordinary Lent : Act Justly
    Sun, 20 Mar
    Online reflective gathering
    20 Mar, 20:00 – 20:30
    Online reflective gathering
    Gather with others online for space to pray, reflect and share in light of all that is going on in our world today.
  • Meaning in the Waiting
    Sat, 18 Dec
    Botanic Gardens
    18 Dec 2021, 11:15 – 13:00 GMT
    Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin 9, D09 VY63, Ireland
    During Advent, our waiting has a purpose while we look forward, perhaps to something new. Between ‘the now and not yet’ join us on a December morning, to listen in the long grass, hide and seek in the trees, paper snowball fight exchange that joins our thoughts and spot a decoration to bring home.
  • Reflect on Advent
    Tue, 14 Dec
    Online Event
    14 Dec 2021, 19:00 – 20:15
    Online Event
    Join us for an online reflection in the lead up to Advent
  • Session 4: Jesus is Risen. Hallelujah!
    03 Apr 2021, 19:00 – 20:30
    Zoom meeting
    We invite you to join with us in celebrating the Risen Lord together with Paschal fire, candles, scripture, music, dance, sharing and breaking bread together. It is a family friendly event. We plan to begin outside around an Easter fire and later move inside and gather around the kitchen table.
  • Session 3: Everything is below the silence.
    02 Apr 2021, 17:00 – 18:00
    Zoom gathering
    Through slowing down and quietening ourselves together this Good Friday, we might find what is below the silence.
  • Session 2: We invite you to come and take a look around
    20 Mar 2021, 17:00 – 18:00
    zoom
    As we start to see signs of better things to come we invite you to remember, reflect and share on what supports your spirit, faith and beliefs. Everyone welcome
  • Session 1: A step within
    Sat, 06 Mar
    zoom meeting
    06 Mar 2021, 17:00 – 18:30
    zoom meeting
    A chance to take some time out together on journey towards Easter
 
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Sounds of Silence - Good Friday

Good Friday’s Sound of Silence event, was about bringing people together through their personal imagery and their connected stories. With curtains closed, participants joined the event in semi darkness, generating a quiet and non-distracting atmosphere. The event centered on a slide show of the participants submitted images, accompanied by Gorecki’s Symphony of Sorrowful Songs. The sensitively paced images were paused at intervals, to invite contributions. It was very simple but very moving. We realised later, that the dominance of the imagery, served as a respite from staring at each other on screen. Through this absence, we felt the presence of each other all the more. Re-visiting the images in the quiet, final re-showing, was now enriched by the narratives of those who spoke.