Church leaders mark international peace day
Church leaders plant a tree to mark International Day of Peace. Pictured from left are the Venerable Dr Stephen McBride, Archdeacon of Connor representing the Most Rev Dr Richard Clarke, Church of Ireland Archbishop of Armagh; Father Brendan McManus, representing the Most Rev Eamon Martin, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Armagh; the Rev Brian Anderson, President of the Irish Council of Churches; the Rev Sam McGuffin, President of the Methodist Church of Ireland; The Very Rev Dr William Henry, Presbyterian Moderator (hard at work planting the tree!); and the Rev Bill Shaw, director of the 174 Trust.
The Archdeacon of Connor, the Ven Dr Stephen McBride, helped church leaders to plant a tree on September 20 to mark International Day of Peace (September 21).
The tree planting took place at the 174 Trust in Belfast. International Day of Peace, has been observed around the world on September 21 since the United Nations unanimously voted to establish it nearly 40 years ago.
Archdeacon McBride, vicar of Antrim, was representing the Archbishop of Armagh, the Most Rev Dr Richard Clarke.
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