Spir­i­tual night of re­flec­tion at Lit­tle Flower Hall

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A LOVELY NIGHT of spir­i­tual re­flec­tion took place at the Lit­tle Flower Hall last Fri­day night.

Over 400 peo­ple gath­ered in the hall for The Bray Can­cer Sup­port Cen­tre’s an­nual Can­dlelit Ec­umem­i­cal Ser­vice.

Guests at the ser­vice in­cluded clients, fam­ily mem­bers and car­ers of clients and those who have lost some­one.

The an­nual event which started 14 years ago with just 20 peo­ple at­tend­ing has be­come the high­light of the Bray Can­cer Sup­port Cen­tre’s cal­en­dar and is met each year with a great re­sponse.

This year’s theme was grat­i­tude, thanks­giv­ing and heal­ing.

The theme is re­flected through­out the read­ings read and pre­pared by clients of the cen­tre.

Rep­re­sen­ta­tives from all of Bray’s Churches at­tended the ser­vice and guests were treated to the beau­ti­ful voice of Ross Scan­lon and the great sound of the Holy Redeemer Folk Group.

Af­ter the ser­vice a party was held with mu­sic pro­vided by gui­tarist Ray Cran­ley.

Guests en­joyed some mince pies, a glass of wine, re­fresh­ments and a chat.

Cllr John Byrne, Cllr Caro­line Bur­rell and Cllr Brid Collins at the Can­dle­light Ser­vice in Lit­tle Flower Hall.

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