United Dioceses of Dublin & Glendalough

Online Worship Opportunities in Dublin & Glendalough.


28th May – 4th Jun

Ecumenical Bible Week 2023

Ecumenical Bible Week 2023

Registration is now open for Ecumenical Bible Week 2023. The theme this year is ‘Planting Seeds of Hope Together in a post–COVID reality’. Christian life is based on hope and EBW 2023 will explore how this hope can be sown and passed on by people of different traditions working together in our current context.

Join in, share, and register NOW for events now at www.bibleweek.ie

Opening on Pentecost Sunday (May 28) with morning prayer in the Gathering Grounds Cafe, at Kilternan Church of Ireland and with events up to Trinity Sunday (June 4), Ecumenical Bible Week 2023 will include a wide range of events which are available to view on the website.

Now in its 10th year, it is a direct result of the fruitful ecumenical cooperation which marked the International Eucharistic Congress of 2012. The first EBW took place in 2014. Its purpose is to bring together Christians of different traditions around the Word of God. It takes place each year between Pentecost and Trinity Sunday and offers a variety of different events in and around the greater Dublin area. It is currently funded by The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin, The Church of Ireland United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough, and The National Bible Society.

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