To a gathering of women from the four corners of this island, ready to be the difference today. Not living in the past, moving into the future bravely and boldly, led by the Spirit. Join us.
FEARLESS WOMEN IRELAND
The Helix, Dublin
Saturday, June 16th, 2018
A national event for women of faith
The Fearless Day Programme now published below!
9.30-10.30 Registration with tea & coffee on arrival 10.30-11.15 Welcome & Worship with Brian & Steph 11.15 -12.00 Session 1: Sophia Barrett 12.00-12.30 Session 2: Damaris' Compassion Story 12.30 -14.00 Lunch, Prayer ministry & Stands 14.00-14.30 More Worship with Brian & Steph 14.30- 15.00 Session 3: Lucy Hill *Confirmed 15.00-16.15 The Sofa Session: Wendy Grace interviews some Extra-Ordinary Irish women 16.15-17.00 Tea Time - with scones (mmmm) Exhibition stands open and prayer ministry too. 17.00- 17.30 More Worship In His Presence 17.30 -18.15 Session 4: Sophia Barrett 18.15-19.00 Farewells & Closing Worship
Until next year, October 12th 2019 @the Helix!
WHY FEARLESS WOMEN IRELAND?
You see, I could not say no. The vision touched me so deeply.
Before Jesus a great army was gathering.
There was restless moving and rustling.
What are you waiting for, Lord?
I am waiting for the women!
We have heard that call: To Be the Difference in Ireland. God is creating a movement of supernatural women today, like Saint Brigid of old.
In the ordinary, in the everyday, The Divine Touching lives in extraordinary ways.
We just cannot say no
And you are invited to join us.
Together let us encounter the heart of God for our lives!
Experience His presence in worship.
Meet His love in each other. Discover our divine call.
NOW IS OUR TIME.
Read all about the vision of Fearless in the current issue of VOX Magazine!
We'd love to hear from you! Please get in touch if there's something we can help you with.
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On the leadership team of Cornerstone Christian Church at the Well in Bray, Co. Wicklow, , Miriam has been worship leader at Holy Trinity Church of Ireland, Redcross, Co. Wicklow, and served in churches across Europe. After working with childminders in Co. Wicklow for nearly a decade, she is now doing PhD research in professional childminding in Ireland at Dublin Institute of Technology.
Joan Sullivan is a qualified Accountant and was a Director with Price Waterhouse Cooper Ireland for 20 years. She was a member of the Methodist Church in Northern Ireland for 16 years and is now involved with TransformOurWorld, a global organisation with a mission to transform communities, cities and nations and to eliminate systemic poverty by applying Christian principles.
Aileen is the Chairperson of the Parish Pastoral Council in The Holy Redeemer, Bray, Co. Wicklow, where she is also a Children’s Mass Leader. A singer with Dun Laoghaire Choral, she handles their PR, and chairs the parents' committee of her daughters’ school Coláiste Raithín, as well. She was a television Producer/Director in a previous life!
Lisa is from Greystones in Co. Wicklow, where she lives with her husband Fabrizio, and their two young boys Leon and Ethan. They are part of the Ignite Network Church in Urban Junction, Blackrock. For the last 7 years, Lisa has worked for Compassion Ireland; a child development programme working to release children from poverty across 25 different countries in the developing world. Also for 7 years, Lisa has taught Zumba dance fitness classes!
Our venue for Fearless Women 2018
The Helix is based in the heart of the campus of Dublin City University in Glasnevin, north Dublin, just 3 miles from the City Centre and minutes from the M50 motorway.
* From M50 Northbound:
Leave the M50 at the Ballymun exit. Drive through Ballymun. Continue straight through the roundabout in Ballymun (2nd exit) take the 2nd turn on the left on to Collins Avenue (at the traffic lights). At the second set of traffic lights turn right in to the entrance for DCU.
* From City Centre:
Drive towards Drumcondra along the N1, towards the M1. Continue past the junction for Griffith Avenue until you reach the junction at Whitehall. At this crossroads turn left onto Collins Avenue. Continue along Collins Avenue until you pass St. Aidans CBS on your left hand side. Just after the school turn left in to the entrance for DCU.
The Helix has parking for 850 cars. The car park is located on the Collins Avenue side of the DCU campus. The car park has an underground walkway to take you directly to the front door. Parking costs €4 for the day. Access to the campus by car is by the Collins Avenue entrance.
The following buses will take you to, or within walking distance of DCU: 11, 13a, 16, 16a, 19a, 103, 46x, 58x, 116
The Helix offers easy access throughout the building and adapted toilets are available on each level of the building. Wheelchair spaces are available within Mahony Hall, the Theatre and the Space. For customers who have hearing impairments we offer an infra-red loop system and receivers can be booked in advance through the box office or requested at the time of performance subject to availability. A deposit is required.
There are lots of hotels, and B&Bs close to the Helix, as well as student rooms onsite. Unfortunately, these are all booking up very quickly as Taylor Swift is in concert in Phoenix Park. If you have a good friend in Dublin.....
You can try the following websites: