Wishes, walks, arbours and turkey toasties

A few little updates from the days of turkey toasties (that lovely pause between Christmas and New Year’s Eve):

First up, tomorrow (Sunday) there will be a Titanic Pilgrimage Walk – meet at 2pm in atrium entrance area of Titanic Belfast if you’d like to walk the footprint of Titanic one more time before the end of 2013…

Also tomorrow, you’ll get a chance to hear Dock on the radio (sort of).  The Radio Ulster Sunday Morning Service at 10:15am involves me, some of my favourite music, and a few Titanic stories with a twist…

The days of turkey toasties haven’t involved chilled-out relaxation for everybody – Wesley and his worker elves have been hard at work every day since Boxing Day adding a fab new feature to the Dock Prayer Garden – a wooden arbour looking out over the Titanic Quarter.  It’ll be a quiet spot to draw aside for private prayer – and will be officially opened as part of our New Year’s Eve celebrations and the start of our 3 days of 24-7 prayer (speaking of which, have you signed up yet?)

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For those of you hitting the sales – if you’re looking for a good excuse to spend your Christmas book tokens (everyone always gets book tokens – don’t they?), you might like to stock up on the titles for the next season of Dock Book Group – and prepare to spend loads of time spent lost in a good book (and then ripping it to shreds afterwards in the book group discussion) in 2014!

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And finally – a little Christmas message from Jorge!  You remember him (we’ll certainly never forget him in The Dock) – the artist behind the Wish land art beside SS Nomadic.  The satellite picture of Wish is in the final 5 to win Satellite Image of the Year – and your vote can help!  Click here to make a crazy Cuban-American artist very happy.

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One thought on “Wishes, walks, arbours and turkey toasties”

  1. Hi CHRIS
    The morning service was brilliant . Set the tone perfectly as I was driving to take the service in Dromore Methodist ( and struggling to set the scene correctly between Christmas and the New Year )
    Hope to see you soon

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