Photo Gallery



World Day of Prayer
2020
The women of Zimbabwe prepared
The Service
for
WDP 2020

The Service in Bray took place on Saturday
7th. March, 2020 in The St. Anthony Room
at St. Fergal's Church, Ballywaltrim







The World Day of Prayer Candle
depicts four people kneeling in prayer


Marie Therese Kennan O'Dowd joint coordinator of the
2020 World Servive of Prayer
held in 
The St. Anthony Room
St. Fergal's Church
Ballywaltrim Bray


Ita Saul joint coordinator of the
2020 World Servive of Prayer
held in 
The St. Anthony Room
St. Fergal's Church
Ballywaltrim Bray



Michael Byrne 
accompanied  the hymn singing






















This beautiful Flame Lily
the national flower of
Zimbabwe
was specially imported for
The World Day of Prayer
held in 
The St. Anthony Room
at St. Fergal's Church






Three Zimbabwean women who attended and participated in the Service
photographed with joint coordinator Marie Therese Kennan O'Dowd



Mary and Eamon
provided the refreshments

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Members of Bray Churches Together
who took part in the Ecumenical Service for the Week of Christian Unity at Our Lady Queen of Peace, Putland Road on Wednesday, 22nd January, 2020.
Special thanks to Rev. Andrew Gill of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church who delivered the Sermon,
to all who attended, to those who took part in the Service, to everyone who contributed to the collection for Purple House which raised €186.
Thanks to Our Lady Queen of Peace for hosting the Service, for producing the Prayer Books and providing the refreshments, to the Hospality Team and to Eamonn Madigan who led the Service. Finally thanks to organist John Brady and Michael Shortt and Rev. Mark Forsyth who led the hymn singing.


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Official Opening of Bray Churches Together 20th Art ExhibitionFriday 8th November 2019 by Rev. Andrew Gill ,St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, BrayA Presentation was made to Pat Murphy on her retirement to mark the many years of dedicated service to Bray Churches TogetherThank you Pat from all at Bray Churches Together




Rev. Andrew Gill officially opened the 
Bray Churches Together 
20th Art Exhibition
Rev. Mark Forsyth, Bray Methodist Church, Bray 
co-chair Bray Churches Together 
speaking at the 
Official Exhibition Opening


Peter Growney, St. Fergal's Parish, Bray 
co-chair Bray Churches Together 
speaking at the Official Opening
Pat Murphy receiving a Presentation from 
Joan Tracey on behalf of 
Bray Churches Togerher
























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Bray Churches Together

Community Healing Service



Our second Bray Churches Together Community Healing Service took place in the Methodist Church , Florence Road on Sunday, 6th, October, 2019. Our next Community Healing Service will take place in February, 2020 after our Annual Service of Christian Unity which takes place in January, 2020


Rev. Mark, Methodist Church, Bray 

organised and led the Community Healing Service


Graham proclaimed a Reading




Fr. Michael, Holy Redeemer, proclaimed a Reading



Rev. Baden, Christ Church, Bray proclaimed a Reading 


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Bray Churches Together

welcomes
Rev Andrew Gill
as
Newly Installed  Minister
of
St Andrew's Presbyterian Church
Bray

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Photographed after the
Service of installation in
St Andrew's Presbyterian Church Blackrock
L to R
Rev Baden Stanley, Christ Church
Rev Fr Michael O'Kelly, PP,  Holy Redeemer Church
Rev Mark Forsyth, Methodist Church
and
Rev Andrew Gill. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

(Friday 23rd August 2019)
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