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Irish Baha’i Winter School 2008

Theme: The Advent of Divine Justice

Dates: 24-28 December, 2008

Location: Glendaloch International Hostel
Glendalough, County Wicklow
www.anoige.ie/hostels/glendaloch

Registration forms should be sent to the Registrar (BEFORE 3rd December 2008):

Email: patcox86 @ gmail . com

Winter School will begin on
Wednesday 24th December with
the evening meal, and will finish
after clean-up of the Hostel on
Sunday 28th December.

Early booking is essential.

GLENDALOCH INTERNATIONAL
HOSTEL

http://www.anoige.ie/hostels/glendaloch

This excellent facility is located
in one of the famed beauty spots
of Ireland, surrounded by
wonderful scenery and giving
access to some delightful walks.

It is advisable to bring raingear
& boots suitable for this time of
year.

Please bring your own towels.

All bed linen, pillows and duvets
will be provided by the hostel.

At the request of the hostel
management, NO sleeping bags
are permitted.
As usual, the Winter School will be
completely self-catering with meals
being prepared by the friends on a
rota basis. This creates a bond of
fellowship through working together
and also helps to keep the cost
down. Other duties will also need to
be carried out – please accept any
opportunities for service offered to
you!

“The real secret of universal
participation lies in the Master’s
oft-repeated wish that the friends
should love each other, and
constantly encourage each other,
and work together, be as one soul in
one body and in so doing become a
true, organic, healthy body
animated and illumined by the
Spirit.”
Universal House of Justice

The Winter School will have a
full programme of lectures,
workshops, and classes for
children, junior youth, youth
and adults. The main theme of
this years school is “The
Advent of Divine Justice”.

All are encouraged to offer their
talents, skill and creative
abilities to the Friends during
the afternoon and evening
activities.

Please Note:
All young people (under 18)
must be in the charge of their
parents or appointed guardians
(over 25), who are responsible
for ensuring their safety
outside of class times.

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