Spiritual night of reflection at Little Flower Hall
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.