Following service this Sunday (the 6th) the minister and members of the congregation will be marching in this years annual Cork Pride march. We are taking part to celebrate diversity and stand up for equality.
We are proud to advise that on Saturday, 12 November, student minister, Michael J O’Sullivan, a member of the Cork Congregation, will be Licensed at a service convened by the Synod of Munster of the Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland at 3:00pm at the Unitarian Church, 112 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. After a demanding course of […]
On 18 – 22 July the Unitarian Church, Princes Street, welcomes back Summer Sing! 2016. Summer Sing! is a festival in which young singers aged between 6 and 14, experience the rich history and culture of Cork City, while nurturing their natural singing ability. Each day 360 children, aged from 6 to 14 years, will gather in […]
Following on from the Cork Choral Festival last weekend, Cantabile Vocal Ensemble welcomed the Herndon Ecumenical Choir from the USA and Cantairi Mhuscrai from Ballincollig in a concert and photographic exhibition entitled Reflections Reflected and held at the Church in Princes Street last Wednesday, 6th May 2015. Guests were treated to a selection of photographs […]
Cantabile Vocal Ensemble presents “Reflections Reflected” a Choral Concert of Early to Contemporary Music featuring special guests Cantairí Mhuscraí, Ballincollig and Herndon Ecumenical Choir, USA. Incorporating a unique photography exhibition of reflections by sound artist Mary G. O Brien, a final year PhD in Music Composition student from University College Cork. Mary is the granddaughter of the late T.F. […]
Noel and Jean Healy attended this, representing the Cork congregation. A lot of learning and meeting people with time thrown in for enjoying ourselves. We attended workshops on how to improve visibility, how to grow your congregation, history society, psychical society, with the highlight of the few days being a play by Jo Clifford “Jesus […]