This page holds information about special events hosted or supported by Cornerstone Church at the Well. This page is updated on a monthly basis.
The following Special Events are happening in the months of June 2018. All Events are taking place in Cornerstone Church at the Well unless otherwise stated. All are welcome to attend.
Fearless Women Ireland - Conference June 16th
Fearless Day was AMAZING!
Over 300 women from every corner of Ireland came, all denominations, old church, new church, from Kerry to Derry, Cork to Armagh, Galway, Limerick and Dublin - united in worship of Jesus led by Brian Houston and his band. High praises and dancing, intense stillness, encounters with God, healing and restoration - and 22 children were sponsored through Compassion Ireland. What a joy it was to hear Sophia Barrett, Lucy Hill and the extra-ordinary women interviewed by Wendy Grace during the sofa session!
It's not often you get to see a dream come to pass before your eyes..... Thank you Fearless women for coming and being a part of what God is doing in our nation.😇😀🙏😍
June 23rd - Purple House Concert with Wayne Woodman and Friends
Saturday the 23rd of June promises to be a great night as Wayne Woodman and friends take to the stage at Cornerstone Church at the Well to host a concert in aid of Purple House Cancer Support.
Pure Class Events are delighted to bring this great charity night to the people and community of Bray. As you may be aware cancer can have a huge effect and impact on the lifes of many people. Not only the person who has been diagnosed with cancer but also their loved ones. We hope to make a difference in what we are doing locally in Bray.
We will be hosting an evening of musical entertainment with singer and tenor Wayne Woodman and friends. Wayne is a tenor born in Cape Town, South Africa but spent his childhood in Swakopmund, Namibia. There he got his first taste for music. Wayne moved to Ireland in 2003 where he started his studies toward a of Music, under the tuition of renowned Irish tenor Emmanuel Lawler.
Wayne experienced the loss of his mother several years ago to cancer and recalls the support he and his father received through Purple House Cancer Support. He is keen, through this event, to highlight the wonderful work of Purple House Cancer Support.
Purple House Cancer Support is a registered charity in Ireland (number 12589). They provide cancer support services and facilities free of charge to people of all ages affected by cancer in Ireland. Purple House Cancer Support Centre is based at Aubrey Court, Parnell Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow, with outreach Cancer Support Clinics in The Lexicon Library, Dun Laoghaire.
Purple House has been in existence for over 27 years. From humble beginnings around a kitchen table in Bray in 1990, Purple House has grown from strength to strength. They now help people of all ages throughout Ireland. They provide practical help, emotional support, counselling, bereavement counselling, support groups, classes, workshops for children and complimentary therapies.
They rely on fundraising & donations to fund their services on a daily basis and work in partnership with the HSE, the medical profession, the Irish Cancer Society and other relevant agencies. They are independently governed and operated. They are not funded by any national cancer organisations.
Please do come along and support this wonderful evening.