A digital version of the spring issue of our diocesan magazine Connor Connections can now be accessed online.
The magazine is packed with stories of hope and encouragement, sharing articles about the work being done by clergy, parishes and individuals in this time of pandemic.
These include accounts of three hospital chaplains who have been at the forefront of the battle to care for those who have required hospital care since Covid-19 reached us more than a year ago, and a focus on Belfast Cathedral’s poignant Lives Reflected project.
The Rev Keith Scott and his wife Lyn speak to Connor Connections about their many years spent as CMSI mission partners working in the St John’s Anglican Seminary in Zambia, and we also reflect on the retirement In Yei Diocese, South Sudan, of our friend Bishop Hilary.
There are messages of hope from our bishop, the Rt Rev George Davison, and from Connor Mothers’ Union President Sally Cotter, while Diocesan Youth Officer Christina Baillie has a special message for young people.
Other features include an interview with talented musician and composer, 17-year-old Aidan MacLean, from St Polycarp’s; a visit to the new Community Garden in Glencairn; and a feature on some exciting outreach work going on in the Parish of St Paul and St Barnabas, Tiger’s Bay.
Archive issues of Connor Connections can also be accessed on the diocesan website.