Tag Archives: Iona Community

weeWONDERBOX: Tenx9 with Pádraig Ó Tuama on ‘Glasgow’

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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

weeWONDERBOX: Starter for Ten – Practicing Faith In Science

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An introductory conversation on the intersections between faith and science

weeWONDERBOX ‘Starter For Ten’ events are occasions where like-minded folk will be getting together to have an initial discussion around a particular topic or issue.

Each may prove to be a one-off meeting, or if there’s sufficient interest and enthusiasm, a subsequent event or series of events may be proposed.

‘Starters’ are open-fora and opportunities to talk, question and engage and possibly then open up further public exploration of things important to ourselves and our society as a whole.

Tonight, enabled by Pat Bennett, the Iona Community’s Programme Development Worker, we will address the subject of scientific thought and practice and where it overlaps (or doesn’t) with faith.

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