For this event, co-organised with Rubicon, we gather around tables in the beautiful nave of Christ Church Cathedral and break bread together as we talk about the elephant in the room.
Prompting us in our discussion will be the Revd Doug Gay, Lecturer in Practical Theology at the University of Glasgow, a Church of Scotland minister, and author of Honey from the Lion: Christianity and the Ethics of Nationalism.
Refreshments catered by Ellie Kisyombe and friends from Our Table. No charge for the event but donations in aid of ‘A Place to Call Home’, the Irish Refugee Council’s transitional housing programme, gratefully received.
Event: Table Talk: Christian Ethics and National Identity
Event Venue: Christ Church Cathedral, Christchurch Place, Dublin 8.
Date: Sunday, October 20, 2019
Admission: No charge for the event but donations in aid of ‘A Place to Call Home’, the Irish Refugee Council’s transitional housing programme, gratefully received.
Christ Church Cathedral, Christchurch Place, Dublin 8.
By BUS: Christchurch Place is on several bus routes, including 123, 13, 27, 40, 49, 77a and 77x - see DublinBus.ie for information.
By LUAS: Christ Church is served by the Luas Red Line. Get off at the Four Courts stop and cross the river on to Winetavern Street.
By TRAIN: Christ Church is located 15 minutes walk from Heuston and 20 minutes walk from Connolly Rail Stations, both of which are served by the number 90 bus which stops on both sides of the quays directly opposite the cathedral.
By DART: Christ Church is located approximately 10 minutes walk from Tara Street Dart Station.
CAR PARKING: The nearest car park is Q-Park Christ Church, accessed from Werburgh Street, just across from the cathedral. It is a 24-hour car park.
GPS Coordinates: Latitude 53.34351299999999, Longitude -6.271060199999965