Category Archives: Continuing Ministerial Education

Continuing Ministerial Education on ZOOM in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

One of the characteristics of the present times is that everyone is learning new skills and discovering the wonders of easily accessible modern technologies. On Friday afternoon, 27th March a group of interested clergy gathered on ZOOM with their Bishop, … Continue reading

Posted in Broadcast, Clergy, Contemporary Issues, Continuing Ministerial Education, Five Marks of Mission, Fresh Expressions, Good ideas, Liturgy, Novel Corona Virus

Last Winter Concert of the Year in Cobh and Glanmire Parish raises funds for AWARE

On Friday 28th February, in the Church of St Mary & All Saints’, Glanmire, the final concert of the parish’s Winter Concert Series was held. A large and appreciative audience were entertained by Kinsale Voices, violin quartets, piano soloists, and … Continue reading

Posted in Church in Society, Community Involvement, Concert, Continuing Ministerial Education, East Cork, Five Marks of Mission, Parish News

Reflection and Renewal for Local Lay Ministers in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

The  Local Lay Ministers (Pastoral) (previously known as lay pastoral assistants) of the Diocese Cork, Cloyne, & Ross met on the 30th January in Northridge House for an evening of reflection and renewal. The Local Lay Ministers (Pastoral) have a … Continue reading

Posted in Adult Education, Continuing Ministerial Education, Lay Ministry, Local Lay Ministers (Pastoral)

Clinical Pastoral Education Graduation at Northridge House Education and Research Centre, Cork

On Wednesday 8th May the beautiful refurbished chapel at St. Luke’s Home was the venue for the presentation of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Certificates by Dr Paul Colton, President of St. Luke’s Home. The twelve week training programme brought five … Continue reading

Posted in Adult Education, Care of the Older Person, Clinical Pastoral Education, Continuing Ministerial Education, Graduation, Northridge House Education and Research Centre, Saint Luke's Charity

Millennials in the Church in Rural Ireland ~ West Cork Rector undertakes Research for Masters Degree

Following three years of part-time study in the Irish Bible Institute (IBI), the Rev. Cliff Jeffers, Rector of Fanlobbus Union of Parishes, Dunmanway, County Cork, completed a Masters Degree in Transformational Leadership, awarded by the University of York St. John … Continue reading

Posted in Academic Work, Church in Society, Clergy, Contemporary Issues, Continuing Ministerial Education, Graduation