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​Irish Cities of Hope Launch Jesus7

BY ADAM KEOUGH

Residents in some of Ireland and Northern Ireland's major cities will have the chance to delve deeper and explore the life of Jesus through an exhibition running in the week leading up to Easter Sunday.

Starting April 13, Adventist churches in Belfast, Londonderry, and Dublin, are staging 'Jesus7', an experience that aims to engage the visitor. Each part of the exhibition focuses on one aspect of the life of Jesus Christ, taking the visitor to some of the key places Jesus visited and telling the story of some of the many people Jesus interacted with.

The free exhibition is open to both adults and children and each church will host the exhibition at varying places throughout their respective cities. For example, Belfast Seventh-day Adventist church's exhibition will be open daily from 10 am through to 7:30 pm. In Londonderry, the main exhibition will be in the Guildhall Square.

The daytime exhibition is enhanced by a series of seven evening seminars which aim to expand upon the themes of the day. Starting at 7:30/7:45 pm each evening (exact start time is location dependent), Pastor Janos Kovacs-Biro, a Hungarian born international speaker and traveler, will focus on a specific biblical place that Jesus visited and the different people that He interacted with.

The seminars are being broadcast live from Belfast to audiences in the three other cities plus Galway church. They will also be streamed free of charge on the internet via the Irish Jesus7 website:www.jesus7.ie.

For more information about Jesus7 you can visit the website or check out the Facebook page.



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