‘Don’t miss this moment’ is the theme for Bible Week 2020 in Belfast Cathedral and online. Our speaker over four nights, starting Tuesday 1 September, is Peter Lynas, Evangelical Alliance UK Director.
We’re going to explore through scripture, the challenges and opportunities facing the church in this unique moment. Don’t miss this moment and don’t miss Bible Week 2020 as we worship together and think biblically about the future.
Tuesday 1 – Friday 4 September at 7.45 pm in Belfast Cathedral and online.
The event will be live-streamed but there are a limited number of places available in the cathedral on each night. (The diocese will observe the guidelines around gathering indoors for worship so please keep an eye on the Diocesan website and social media channels for further details.)
‘Don’t miss this moment’ as we worship together and explore, through the Book of Colossians, the challenges and opportunities facing the church in this unique moment.
Tuesday 1 September
There is no other message (Colossians 1:15-29)
Wednesday 2 September
Time to get real (Colossians 2:6-23)
Thursday 3 September
Pursuing holy wholeness (Colossians 3:1-17)
Friday 4 September
Love one another (Colossians 3:18-4:6)
If you plan to attend the cathedral with other people as part of a family or social bubble, please use the group booking option and register them as part of your group.
Peter Lynas became UK Director in December 2019 following eight years as NI Director.
Originally trained as a lawyer, Peter worked as a barrister in Belfast for five years, before studying theology at Regent College in Vancouver where he remains a board member. He has previously worked for the Relationships Foundation pursuing a biblically inspired vision for a better society and taught on faith at work and ethics at Belfast Bible College. Peter has also worked as executive pastor for his church, Causeway Coast Vineyard, and with the Lynas Foodservice business.
During his time as NI director Peter has become a significant media commentator in Northern Ireland, bringing insight on legal, cultural and political issues. Peter was a leading commentator throughout the Ashers bakery court case, and he is a familiar figure at the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
In his current role, Peter continues to speak on behalf of the Evangelical Alliance and passionately advocate for the place and value of faith in public life.