Moyle ‘Songs of Praise’ a great success

26 04 2015

Many thanks to all who contributed to the success of last Sunday’s  ‘Songs of Praise’. Tara McHugh, Siobhan Mullin, Kate Elliott,Jane  Leighton, Barbara Ward, Ian Williamson, Maurice McCurdy, Marie Louise McClarey, Maeve Walsh, Berkeley White, Lois Chambers,  Corrymeela, Cross and Passion College, Ballycastle High School, Dalriada Hospital , Ballycastle Church Action, Good Morning Ballycastle,Causeway Peace Group, Rev John Stanbridge, Fr Brian Daly, Ballycastle Presbyterian Church Songs of Praise 2

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Moyle Culture Concert at Corrymeela

28 03 2015

 Please support Sunday nights Culture Concert with the  Corrymeela Community who celebrate 50 years this yearMoyle Culture Concert .

The Corrymeela Community has the objective of promoting reconciliation and peace-building through the healing of social, religious, and political divisions. Ballycastle can be proud of the part it continues to play in such a valuable organisation.





Corrymeela Founder, Ray Davey dies

16 04 2012

Ballycastle SDLP Councillor Dónal Cunningham paid tribute to the Rev Ray Davey, founder of the Corrymeela Community who died on Monday evening.
He said “Ballycastle and indeed the entire North owe a debt of gratitude to the vision and example of Roy Davey, the peacemaker, his message of reconciliation is one that we all should all try to follow in our own daily lives, in our social and political relations, in our churches and community organisations.
When he purchased the Holiday Fellowship Centre just outside Ballycastle in 1965 ,Ray and his volunteers soon set about establishing in one of the most beautiful settings , the Corrymeela Community whose objective was the promotion of reconciliation and peace-building through the healing of social, religious, and political divisions. Ballycastle can be proud of the part it continues to play in such a valuable organisation.