Bible reading notes are available for all age groups. A small annual amount is payable for the notes which are produced by the International Bible Reading Fellowship.
Contact: Mrs. Noreen McIlroy organises this essential aspect of parish and personal Christian discipline and growth. Telephone: 9048 2469.
DAILY PRAYER READERS
Daily Prayer is said in the Chapel of Unity each day at 1.00 pm Monday - Saturday.
(On Wednesdays and Saints’ Days there is a celebration of the Eucharist and on Fridays a service of healing is held).
The Daily Prayer service is conducted by a lay person and includes Bible readings and a psalm portion. Prayers are said for local and international concerns. The members of the Daily Prayer team are drawn from a variety of Christian traditions. The commitment, after basic initial training, is about one service in every 6-8 weeks. If you would like to discuss serving on the Daily Prayer team, please contact the Dean on 9032 8332 (office) or email@example.com
CHILDREN AND YOUNG MEMBERS' MINISTRY
Contact: Fiona Hawkins 028 9068 2274
Each Sunday after the Choral Eucharist the Cathedral Community gather at the west end. The rota of hospitality is co-ordinated by Margaret Massey. Offer to help - please contact the Cathedral Office - 9032 8332 extn 5
Donations to provide flowers and help to arrange flowers. Contact Margaret Massey via the Cathedral Office - 9032 8332 extn 5
FREE WILL OFFERING AND GIFT AID
Contact Stanley McIlroy 028 9048 2469
FRIENDS OF BELFAST CATHEDRAL
See Friends of the Cathedral section.
See Worship section.
HERITAGE AND ARCHIVES
Please email Mary@belfastcathedral.org to assist or regarding any enquiries.
LECTORS AND INTERCESSORS
Over 20 members of the congregation are responsible in turn for reading the Bible lessons and the intercessions - the Prayers of the Church - which form an integral part of the Choral Eucharist each Sunday. If you would like to discuss serving as a lector or intercessor, please contact the Dean on 9032 8332 (office) or firstname.lastname@example.org
STEWARDS - GUILD OF
The team of voluntary stewards drawn from all Christian denominations enable the Cathedral to be open and to be a hospitable place for visitors and those who seek for peace to pray and think. If you would like to offer an hour or so on a weekly or fortnightly basis please contact Revd C.B. Dixon (028) 9032 8332 or 078 7942 7980 email@example.com
The Tapestry Guild’s work over the past century is evident in every part of the Cathedral. There are over 1,200 prayer kneelers (hassocks). Every seat or chair used by an office holder also has a cushion with its own distinct design - usually in the form of a coat of arms. These include the stalls of the bishops, the Dean, the Cathedral chapter, the pew used by the Mayor of Belfast and the chairs at the pulpit. Each kneeler and cushion represents skills of design and cross-stitch, together with dedication and devotion. Much more detail on the kneelers and the ladies who produced this outstandingly detailed and unique needlework can be found here
Contact: Maureen Agnew 028 9083 5124