Corrymeela are delighted to invite you to participate in their first annual Carafest, which will take place over Easter Weekend 14–17 April 2017, at their stunning location in Ballycastle. They will celebrate Easter Sunday with the dawn of the new day at a service on the cliffs overlooking Rathlin Island and the Mull of Kintyre. There will be theology, politics, music, film screenings, poetry and endless amounts of tea and coffee. If you have ever wondered what Corrymeela was all about, then this is the place to find out. The weekend will be led by Community Leader Pádraig Ó Tuama, with inputs from the Corrymeela programme team and an array of musicians, poets, storytellers, writers and thinkers. The word reconciliation means ‘to become friends again’ and so we’ve chosen the word ‘cara’ (friend in Irish and Scots Gaelic) for our festival of faith and reconciliation.
Details on the full lineup can be found here.