Blog spot: This week's blogs from PCI

30.6.2017 | Congregational Life, Mission in Ireland, Mission, Farming and Rural Life, Reformation 500, Blog

Each week different authors contribute their thoughts on a variety of subjects on the PCI blog. If you missed them, here's another chance to catch up.

Since we began posting over 40 contributors – PCI staff, overseas mission personnel, ministers, the Moderator and others – have posted over 70 blogs Nepal to Kenya, on topics as diverse as discipleship and child protection, to the benefits of a good bike for refugees and asylum seekers.

In this weekly catch up, you can visit for the first time, or revisit again, some of this week's offerings.

Running a good church blog: In his blog, Richard Russell explains the event planning process that is being developed within the Council for Congregational Life and Witness (CCLW). You can read Richard's blog here.


Rest from the silage field: In his blog, Rev. Norman Smyth reminds us of the need for rest, and in particular a Sabbath rest, especially at busy times of year, like the silage season. You can read Norman's blog here.


Building intentional relationships: Josh McCance began serving as a community outreach worker in Donabate Presbyterian Church in 2016. In his blog, he talks about what his role involves and what he is learning in the process. You can read Josh's blog here.

A brief guide to Luther – Part 1: As PCI celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in October with three special events, Professor Laurence Kirkpatrick paints a picture of the man and his legacy. You can read Laurence's blog here.

If you follow the Presbyterian Church in Ireland on Twitter all blogs are tweeted @pciassembly with the hashtag #pciblog.

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