IFES Ireland - The Christian Unions: To see students, transformed by encountering Jesus, transforming their campus, society, and the world.

IFES Ireland is a member of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students

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6 University Road,
Belfast,
BT7 1NH

tel: 028 90242100

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Ulysses House,
22-24 Foley Street,
Dublin 1

tel: 01 8561821

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Steve Keating
Facebook Icon31/01/2015 at 00:03
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Want to grow in the gospel this summer?

By: Encounter

Hannah Gamble
Facebook Icon30/01/2015 at 15:36

Save the date! Book your place! Spread the word! 3 in 1!

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CUAC 2015 promo video

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Hannah Gamble
30/01/2015 at 16:23

For students in the Dublin Region...join The Hub page and get yourself along to The Hub starting on Tuesday! More details below!

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Sean Bradford
Facebook Icon30/01/2015 at 00:07

Hope this edifies you! I guarantee this video will do something you have never seen before ;)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VY6UhnVcOQk

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Result - Curse Reversed (Backwards Rap) "Typography"

Romans 5:18-19 Therefore, as one trespass led to condemnation for all men, so one act of righteousness leads to justification and life for fall men. 19 For a...

Peter Grier
Facebook Icon29/01/2015 at 16:37

International Cafes will start back in Belfast, Dublin (4 of them, I think) and Cork during these weeks. Please pray that we'll connect with hundreds of new international students into these cities.

Thank you!

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Photos from Kim Patterson's post in UCCCU

Hey guys!!

Hope you have all settled back into the new semester, we at CIT have really felt for you guys as we have been at home, having sleep in's, drinking lots of tea snuggled up on the couch, going on road trips and adventures and generally enjoying our blissful month off ;) ....

Just wanted to let you know (Cork) International Student Café (ISC) will be back tonight at 7.30pm with a games night!

ALL of you are more than welcome to come along and check out what we do each week! We'd love some of you guys to get involved with the café so please do pop along some Thursday Evening 7.30 to the downstairs hall of Cork Baptist Church!!

And of course if you are an international student/have friends that are international students spread the word!!!!

Hopefully I'll get leaflets to your CU so you can invite people OR message me for a pdf version! :)

By: Kim Patterson

Gavin Rothwell
Facebook Icon27/01/2015 at 21:51

Please pray for Trinity College Christian Union as we share the good news of Jesus, and the hope and joy that knowing Him brings, on Trinity Campus this week. We have a number of specific of outreach events happening in various locations around college, all centred around the theme of 'Fear'. We'll be exploring how Jesus' perfect love casts out all fear. All prayer support would be very much appreciated! Check out our Facebook for more updates: https://www.facebook.com/tcdcu?fref=ts

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TCD Christian Union

We are a group of students learning about and loving God. Our main meetings are at 7pm, Thursdays in Regent House

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Peter Grier
Facebook Icon21/01/2015 at 11:17

Cork School of Music is a separate enough campus that folk struggle to get to the CIT CU meetings often. But this semester there'll be Christians meeting regularly and reaching out on the campus. Praise God and please pray for them.

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CIT Christian Union are glad to announce "CSM Bible Study". More information in formation to come!

By: CIT Christian Union

Peter Grier
Facebook Icon20/01/2015 at 13:42

In Cork we're looking forward to our first BIG questions cafe event this term - cake, coffee, chilled out music and a world expert to lead discussion - what's not to like? Please pray for this Sunday , that many students would bring friends and be thinking through these things themselves.

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Catrin Carolan
13/01/2015 at 13:34

Hey! How did you get on with those dreaded new years resolutions? Consider this a challenge for the semester ahead: Could you meet up with a friend to read the Bible together this term? Whether you're a passionate follower of Jesus, a sceptic, an atheist, or anything in between, why not grab a friend, buy a coffee, and sit down and see for yourself who Jesus really is...you might be surprised at what you find!