Dublin to Join 70 Cities in Hosting Q Commons – Participants to Consider How to Advance Good in the City

By Lynn Glanville

Q Commons Flyer

On Friday February 27, Dublin will link with 70 cities around the world and 10,000 people in hosting Q Commons. The event will take place in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, from 7.00 pm to 9.00
pm and it is being hosted by a partnership between Dublin and Glendalough Young Adults Ministry, Rubicon, the Young Adults Leadership Programme and Innovista among others.

Q Commons involves people in cities all over the world gathering to learn and consider how to advance good in their local communities. It takes place twice a year – in Spring and Autumn. This 2–minute video will give you a glimpse of what it is all about. Q Commons Dublin Promo Video

QCommons is an offshoot of the very successful Q organisation. Inspired by a statement from Chuck Colson (Christian leader and previously special counsel to President Nixon), Q is an organisation that came out of American Gabe Lyons’ vision to see Christians, especially leaders, recover a vision for their historic responsibility to renew and restore cultures.

Q helps people explore topics that fall into four broad themes: culture, future, church, and gospel with the aim of equipping innovators, social entrepreneurs, entertainers, artists,
church–shapers, futurists, scientists, educators, historians,
environmentalists, and everyday …read more

Read the full article here: http://dublin.anglican.org/news/2015/01/Dublin-to-Join-70-Cities-in-Hosting-Q-Commons-Participants-to-Consider-How-to-Advance-Good-in-the-City


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