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

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Lorna Morrison
05/05/2016 at 19:01

On my way home from spending 3 days with Staff Workers from UCCF. Remember your brothers and sisters in Scotland, Wales and England as they seek to glorify God on their university and college campuses, too! Praise God for your Staff Workers, like I am for this bunch and their love and passion for the Lord Jesus and their students :)

Jonny McClune
05/05/2016 at 10:07

Belfast International Outreach! Its really exciting to announce Belfast International Outreach/ BIO. What are you doing this summer? Are you available at the beginning of July? If so then you need to see this! contact wecome.bio@ifesireland.org for more info and to apply.

Lorna Morrison
Facebook Icon05/05/2016 at 09:44

Have any friends, family or acquaintances heading to Ulster University (Magee/Coleraine/Jordanstown/Belfast), Stranmillis or LYIT? Well, get plugging Joint Preterm for September - a weeklet in Castlewellan Castle especially for them to meet with other Christians going to their university, to get some fellowship and Bible teaching and hear about what CUs are doing! It's an AMAZING opportunity for them and once in a lifetime (really). Get the word out in Church, your old SU, to friends and family! Any questions, get in touch. Visit the website to find out more information and register:

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Joint CU Pre-term


What is Pre-term? Pre-term is an event Northern Christian Unions hold annually in partnership with Christian Unions Ireland. It is a few days away at Castlewellan, and a great way to meet new peopl…

Peter Grier
04/05/2016 at 11:00

Prayer groups happen up and down the country for the universities and colleges. Over the next few days ones in Cork, Craigavon and Belfast will all meet. Drop us a line if you want to join any of them or know details! Thank you to those who pray!

Peter Grier
02/05/2016 at 22:56

We're indebted to many volunteers, some of whom formally take on the title of Associate Staffworker (others don't) and give of their time and gifts towards the work. Congrats to Isabel Kennedy, ASW in Waterford, who got married to the WIT CU president yesterday. Perks of the job, eh?!

Peter Grier
29/04/2016 at 11:27

Exam stress builds for some. But for others (Cork International Student Cafe students and staffworkers) exams are a distant past memory and 9 of us are off to County Clare to enjoy exam-season sunshine on the beach and sharing life with each other. Dare I ask for prayer after writing the above?!

Nigel Craig
27/04/2016 at 18:08

Nigel Craig shared Chaplain at Magee's post to the group: IFES Ireland: The Christian Unions.

Thank you for your prayers. Great having the support of North West IFES worker, Lorna Morrison.

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Chaplain at Magee

What a turn-out for the first "Pop-up chaplaincy" in the library, providing students with free tea-coffee and buns, and a safe place to chat in the run up to the exams! Thanks to library staff, CU, Lorna (IFES), Joel & Claire (Exodus), Ryan (köszönöm) & of course Bernie the cleaner, for all your support! (Thanks Patricia and family for the buns!)
Next week we plan to be back, same time, same place.

Stephen Houston
27/04/2016 at 16:46

Hi there!

My name’s Stephen and I am currently working for the Evangelical Alliance in Northern Ireland.

We are currently accepting applications for internships with EA to begin in September 2016. The internship is for graduates and is an excellent opportunity for final year students who want to serve the church in the public square. It’s a particularly suitable opportunity for final year Law/History/Politics students, take a look at the flyer below and please don't hesitate to email me with any questions at s.houston@eauk.org


Nigel Craig
27/04/2016 at 08:03

From UU Magee (Derry-Londonderry) Presbyterian Chaplain, Nigel Craig:

I'd appreciate prayer for this initiative beginning today on campus, which will be supported by CU members. Thanks!

"POP-UP CHAPLAINCY: Starting today! Each Wednesday 11am-1pm in the former café in the library. Stressed out with revision? Pop-in to the Pop-up for a coffee, bun & chat."

Peter Grier
22/04/2016 at 18:39

Great to partner with some friends in Donegal who have produced this resource for any CUs who want: a John's gospel in Irish/English