It will snow on New Year's Eve . . . inside! Featured

There’s a strong likelihood of localised snow on New Year’s Eve – in St Anne’s Cathedral! If you join us on 31 December in Belfast the snowflakes will be just one aspect of a fabulous multi–sensory experience which will include live music, stunning visuals, worship, crafts and great food. 

There’ll be something for all ages as the diocese marks the end of a full year of 24–7 Prayer and the start of a Year of Mission so please plan to come along. Here’s the programme…

We begin at 9.00 pm with a gathering over hot food and drinks and live music. There will be crafts for children and an opportunity to finish the year with prayer at one of the interactive prayer stations.

At 10.30 pm it will be time to look back at an amazing year of prayer and to worship with music both traditional and contemporary. Looking forward to the Year of Mission, Bishop Harold will share a message just ahead of midnight when we will bring in 2015 and leave the cathedral as ‘Lights to the World’.

Leading up to New Year’s Eve, Belfast Cathedral will be the venue for the last 3 days of continuous prayer. Anyone is welcome to come and pray in the Chapel of Unity between 7.00 am and 7.00 pm on December 29, 30 and 31 and you may also sign–up online here.

Subscribe to our mailing list