The Wee Social Box is a monthly opportunity for folk to get together regularly in relaxed, informal mode to meet, chat, hang-out and generally both be entertained – and entertain ourselves
A Tenx9 storytelling event with weeWONDERBOX in collaboration with Holy City
For those new to Tenx9 – it’s a storytelling format that began in Belfast in 2011.
Each night nine people have up to ten minutes each to tell a real story from their lives.
It’s wonderful, it’s always free, it’s for ordinary people telling great stories, and (yet again) it’s happening in your city.
Tonight’s event, featuring co-creator Pádraig Ó Tuama himself, will be happening in the Iona Community’s Base at 21 Carlton Court, just south of the Clyde, and the theme will be ‘Glasgow’.
The first Glaswegian evening was in January 2015 and has normally been held in the wondrous The Glad Cafe. For more info on ongoing Tenx9-ery throughout the globe: www.tenx9.com
A liturgy led by Wild Goose Resource Group and Holy City that focuses on the history of wall-building and the struggles for land and identity in Israel and Palestine over the course of three millennia.
For the last 6 years, Holy City has collaborated with the wonderful Pádraig Ó Tuama in offering an Urban Retreat in Advent in Glasgow’s city centre. This is the now the 7th glorious occasion.
This year, Pádraig will engage with poetry … about religion, Christmas, Mrs Claus and other tinselled characters. Pádraig will bring some examples and retreat participants are invited to do the same.
These poems will be used to talk about Advent, Christmas, our stories and our cities, to engage in discussions and delights.
Holy City’s Biblical blethers on the hoof continue, at a leisurely, but determined pace. This month, April, on an intriguing tale of two people encountering God and also talking about it.
A wee living room gig for justice & peace. Paul Baker Hernandez is an indefatigable peace and justice activist, who wields his beautiful self-crafted guitar, songs and stories in order
The first public manifestation, during our ’The Gap’ year, when we’ve been engaging with local congregations to explore creative liturgy and faithful practice. Join us and the good folks