Bible Comes to Life exhibition comes to an end with Praise Service


The four-day Bible Comes To Life exhibition came to an end this evening (Sunday) with several thousand people viewing the various stands which illustrated Jewish culture and the people and places mentioned in the Bible.

The exhibition was staged by staff and volunteers from the Church’s Ministry Among Jewish People based in England and hosted by Clogher Diocesan Board of Missions.

Exhibition Chairman, Dean Kenneth Hall, who dressed in Joseph’s Coat of Many Colours, was delighted with the event and particularly the outreach to over 20 visiting schools, some from as far as Sligo.

He also thanked those who helped to co-ordinate the exhibition.

A closing service was held in the Cathedral Hall on Sunday evening, led by the Curate, Revd Olivia Downey, with themed addresses from Paul Hames and Leo Deacon.

Those attending joined in the singing of “You’re the Lion of Judah, the Lamb that was slain,” “Jubilate Deo,” and “To God be the Glory.”

Janey Hames sounding the Shofar during the exhibition.