Dillon Osborne addresses Lunch? Let’s Connect!

Dillon Osborne addresses Lunch? Let’s Connect!

Belfast Cathedral welcomed Dillon Osborne as guest speaker at this month’s Lunch? Let’s Connect! event held in the Nave on Thursday February 1.

Dillon Osborne is former Head Creative at Chain Reaction Cycles, where he was responsible for developing the brand for almost a decade.

This year he is moving out on his own to work directly with local people and business on Design, photography and film.

Dillon Osborne addresses Lunch?

Dillon is also an active contributor to the social creator scene in Northern Ireland. An Instagram enthusiast, he is regarded as one of the first to create a daily vlog using Instagram stories.

He creates and films a story every day for his followers featuring his life and photography as well as concentrating longer productions for his YouTube channel which he plans to grow and develop this year.

Lunch? Let’s Connect! is a regular lunchtime event aimed at bringing together business professionals with a desire to meet, network and be inspired by a speaker.

Representatives of businesses in the area thoroughly enjoyed both their lunch and Dillon’s talk on Thursday.







Team from Colombia speaking at Divine Healing Ministries services

Team from Colombia speaking at Divine Healing Ministries services

A team from Colombia will be speaking at the Divine Healing Ministries services in Belfast Cathedral on Monday February 5 at 8pm.

Pastor Hendrik Hoere is the senior pastor of Al Abrigo church in Cali, Colombia, and is an accomplished musician and songwriter. On this visit, he will be accompanied by four others from his church in Cali.

Fergus McMorrow, Director of Divine Healing Ministries, said: “All those attending will be tremendously blessed and encouraged through hearing and experiencing testimonies of how the Lord is transforming lives across South America. There will also be the opportunity to receive personal prayer at each service.”

The team will also speak at St Finnian’s Church, Cregagh Park on Tuesday February 6 at 8pm.

Archives help show picture of wartime Belfast

Archives help show picture of wartime Belfast

What must it have been like to live in Belfast during World War Two? Norman Weatherall brings that wartime atmosphere to life when he delves into Cathedral archives to look at how those responsible for the Cathedral sought to protect it from enemy action.