Annual Service for Cork LGBTI+ Awareness Week held in St Anne’s Church, Shandon

Once again this year, St Anne’s Church hosted its annual service for Cork LGBTI+ Awareness Week on Sunday 22nd May. The service takes place around International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) each year.

The Rev. Steven Foster, Alan Howe and Stephen Spillane in front of St Anne’s Church, Shandon.

The service was lead by Diocesan Reader Alan Howe and the Rev. Steven Foster of the North Tipperary Methodist Circuit and Amach le Dia gave the address.

Stephen Spillane, churchwarden at St Anne’s Church, commented:

St Anne’s was once again delighted to host our Annual Service for LGBTI+ Awareness Week. This year the address from Rev Steven Foster was timely and spoke about how the courage and partnership needed for us to be advocates for inclusion in the church. This is something we take very seriously in St Anne’s and we firmly believe that whoever you are and where ever you are on your faith journey, you are welcome here.

The Rev. Steven Foster, Alan Howe and Stephen Spillane in front of St Anne’s Church, Shandon.

Earlier that week, on Monday 16th May, Bishop Paul Colton joined the Lord Mayor of Cork, Councillor Colm Kelleher, at the launch of the annual Cork LGBT Awareness Week.

Photo from the Lord Mayor of Cork, Colm Kelleher’s social media. For original click here.
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